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Source: http://www.informationweek.com/news/personal_tech/music/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=207801356InformationWeek said:Once considered the bad boy of file sharing and digital rights management, Napster on Tuesday launched a new MP3 store, which offers 6 million music tracks in DRM-free format.
"Music fans have spoken and it's clear they need the convenience, ease of use, and broad interoperability of the DRM-free MP3 format, and they want to be able to find both major-label artists and independent music all in one place," Napster chairman and CEO Chris Gorog said in a news announcement. "Virtually any portable device in the world can now be used to enjoy tracks purchased at Napster, which is an important breakthrough for our company."