Wednesday, May 16, 2007

DRM-free MP3's from Amazon!

Yet another place to find DRM-free MP3's is coming from according to Engadget. " is set to strike a potentially major blow against DRM by launching a download store later this year that will offer millions of songs in unprotected, MP3-only format." Their initial DRM-free catalog offerings look to be pretty sparce for now, but it is another very important step in the right direction for music sellers. DRM-free is the future - and this is important because DRM cripples the mp3 file so it can't be used on all devices and can't be exported to other music players and/or CD's.