Apple Brings iTunes to Europe

Last week, Apple opened the virtual doors to its iTunes Music Store to customers in the UK, France, and Germany, offering customers in those countries virtually identical services to those that US customers have enjoyed for more than a year. Apple's iTunes offers more than 700,000 songs for 79 pence in the UK and .99 euros in France and Germany. According to Apple CEO Steve Jobs, the only competition iTunes has is piracy. Other services in Europe, such as Napster and On Demand Distribution (OD2), apparently haven't appeared on his radar screen yet—but don't worry, they will, Steve, they will

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