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A tale of two tunes

Apple Computer celebrates a year of iTunes, while Real posts a wide loss. Also: Pepsi's music giveaway goes flat.

Apple takes the wraps off a new version of its music download software, including a feature that blocks swapping. Also: Pepsi's music giveaway goes flat.

On 1st birthday, iTunes unwraps new features

Apple's music store hits the one-year mark with a handful of enhancements, including a feature that lets customers publish their playlists for others to preview, rate and purchase.
April 28, 2004

Real revenue up; loss widens

RealNetworks announces executive changes and predicts a profit for 2004, excluding Microsoft litigation costs.
April 28, 2004

Apple disables iTunes song-swapping tool

A new version of Apple Computer's software blocks MyTunes, an unapproved way to trade music on a network.
April 28, 2004

Pepsi's iTunes promotion goes flat

The soft-drink company was ready to distribute as many as 100 million free songs through its bottle cap contest, but Pepsi drinkers claimed only 5 million tracks.
April 28, 2004

RIAA files new round of file-swapping suits

The record industry focuses on students at 14 universities in lawsuits targeting 477 individuals.
April 28, 2004