While The Beatles may finally be available on iTunes there are plenty of other high profile acts who are not, including Australia's own AC/DC.
Details of a super-affordable new 8GB MP3 player from Archos leaked out over the weekend. It's by no means feature-packed, but its price could win it an enviable place in the market
Sony is promising a better-quality CD experience without having to upgrade your CD player, but we're not convinced it's anything but marketing nonsense
Amazon.com has signed a deal with Sony BMG and EMI to distribute out-of-print CDs from the likes of Cake and Joe Strummer, and will print the discs on-demand as customers order them
In another spasm in the slow death of DRM, 7digital.com has announced it will start selling Warner Music's entire catalogue, DRM-free, from today
Amazon.com has taken the lid off its new DRM-free download store and is set to take iTunes and eMusic head on. Does the new service have what it takes to dethrone the digital giants?
Last week, Amazon announced that it will now let customers purchase digital downloads and gift them to others via e-mail.
A British version of Amazon's MP3 store has launched on the Google Nexus One, complete with UK prices for millions of tracks, starting at 29p
Webware 100 winner: Amazon MP3
These no-strings-attached downloads come from Amazon's MP3 store, which is home to DRM-free tunes--many of them discounted. You can't download all the freebies at once, but that's the only real catch.