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“Apple readies music service”

News about Apple’s expected new music service announcement on Monday, April 28 is still alive and well. USA Today writes an article about how the American public might be ready to pay for music downloads.

“Though Apple declined to comment before the announcement, those who have used the new service say it’s as easy as buying a book on Amazon.com. Recommendations based on listeners’ preferences are plentiful; the system seamlessly interplays with Apple’s free iTunes jukebox software and with the iPod.”

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