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Last waltz for MyTunes?

roundup The program helped turn Apple's iTunes into a way to trade MP3 files, but a computer crash leaves its developer singing the blues. Also: Virgin Digital sees green in online music.

roundup The program helped turn Apple's iTunes into a way to trade MP3 files, but a computer crash leaves its developer singing the blues. Also: Virgin Digital sees green in online music.


The MyTunes software, which turned Apple's jukebox into a way to trade MP3s, goes offline. But this time it's not the record industry's doing.
March 8, 2004


British billionaire Richard Branson's latest company, Virgin Digital, is developing its own digital jukebox and online music store with music delivery company MusicNet that will be available by the end of August.
March 7, 2004

previous coverage

special report Net pioneer RealNetworks' tussle with Microsoft over streaming media player software is just one of a string of hardships it has had to face in its 10 years in business.
March 4, 2004


Kazaa's parent company is disappointed in the court's decision to admit seized evidence and remains "outraged" at the music industry's "heavy-handed tactics."
March 4, 2004


Workers continue to share music and other files via peer-to-peer applications at work, despite the legal threat from the record industry, a survey finds.
March 3, 2004