Digital music fans in the Great White North get a bargain from Apple Computer. Also: Witness in Kazaa's copyright case tells how he can identify song swappers.
Executive says his antipiracy firm can identify Kazaa users and can detect copyright-infringing music files on the peer-to-peer network. December 2, 2004
Although they had to wait a bit longer, Canadians are getting iTunes at a comparative bargain. December 2, 2004
Company will charge 99 Canadian cents per song in hopes that its online music store will take off in the Great White North. December 2, 2004
HungryPod will convert your CDs to MP3s--for a fee--so you can load up your iPod. The New York Times December 1, 2004
Servers at one hub of the file-sharing network get hit by a distributed denial-of-service attack. December 1, 2004
Digital-music subscriptions could outpace a la carte downloads of songs, but CDs are expected to stick around, survey shows. December 1, 2004