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Hot on the heels of EMI / Apple's iTunes Plus offerings, and Amazon's DRM-free music store, comes news that the industry media-providing MusicNet service will be making a 1-million-song outlay of EMI and indie tracks to its waiting corporate partners, sans DRM. So what does this mean for us? Well,

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July 25, 2007 at 7:19AM
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Samsung certainly has an on-again / off-again history with regard to online music services, but the MusicNet-based system that was most recently announced is finally going live in the UK, France, and Germany. Built to work seamlessly with the firm's K3, K5, and T9 media players, users will soon be a

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They've been playing footsy with their own music download service for a while now, but Samsung has finally announced that they'll be joining the club and will launch a MusicNet-based service this year. Now that Microsoft has practically abandoned PlaysForSure with its Zune offering, it's clear that

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