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Mix: The Beatles, Netflix, Perooz, AAPL

According to a report, music from the Beatles may be on the iTunes Store as soon as Valentine’s Day next month. Beatles fan website Abbeyrd claims that a deal between Apple and Apple Corps. has been struck, and that their latest album, “Love,” will be made available through iTunes.

Online DVD rental service Netflix has officially announced its online movie service, which allows subscribers to stream and watch about 1,000 movies and TV shows on their PC at no additional charge. The Windows-only service will roll out in small numbers to Netflix members each week through June.

Perooz is a new online service that lets users download mobile magazines for iPods, PSPs, and other devices. “Now you can enjoy your favorite magazines on the go with our exclusive content partners including Maxim, Stuff, Blender, Car & Driver, Road & Track, and more.”

Strong holiday sales will boost Apple’s fiscal first quarter numbers, which are due tomorrow after the markets close. Analysts, on average, expect earnings of 78 cents per share on sales of $6.42 billion, according to a Thomson Financial poll.

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Calling them “magazines” is quite a stretch.

Posted by Galley on January 16, 2007 at 8:07 PM (CST)


Who cares about The Beatles’ “Love”? It’s just a bunch of stupid remixes. Come on, iTunes!

Posted by n0mg5 on January 16, 2007 at 8:39 PM (CST)


The Beatles “Love” album isn’t remixes…. they’re enhanced versions of the old songs no more mono and some are live. I hope they have some kind of package deal.

Posted by AZ on January 17, 2007 at 1:03 AM (CST)


There are one or two really crappy remixes, but yeah, most of it’s remastered. Some things are changed on a couple of the songs too. It’s actually pretty good, better than I was expecting.

And The Beatles remastered is awesome.

Posted by Josh Powell on January 17, 2007 at 9:14 AM (CST)



Your comment and others in the “Reviews” section of iTunes annoys me. Why are you blaming iTunes for the content? If Apple had their way, I’m sure they would put everything from every artist on iTunes. Whatever is or is not on iTunes is a directly because the label and artist agreed to allow iTunes to sell it. So quit complaining.

(I bet you’re also the same person who is ALWAYS complaining about the pricing structure, another peeve of mine.)

Posted by jasonact on January 17, 2007 at 10:06 AM (CST)

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