Amazon’s DRM-Free MP3 Store Likely to Launch Mid-September

Amazon will probably launch its DRM-free music store in the next few weeks, joining Wal-Mart and others in posing the first real threat to the iTunes Music hegemony. Amazon honcho Jeff Bezos adopted an MP3-only strategy so that the music Amazon sells can play on iPods any device. Trouble is, it may be a half-assed music store, with Sony and Warner still mum on the subject of stripped DRM

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