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iTunes

(ˈaɪˌtjuːnz)
n
1. (Computer Science) trademark a computer application enabling users to download music from the internet, create and order playlists, etc
2. (Telecommunications) trademark a computer application enabling users to download music from the internet, create and order playlists, etc
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The finished album, entitled Exit Wounds, was released on the online music service Spotify, and sold for PS6.
Under the new rules, online music service providers in the EU will be able to obtain licenses from collective management organisations representing authors' rights across borders.
Volvo Car Corporation, a Sweden-based automaker, has signed a content agreement with online music service Pandora.
The director of online music service Spotify, which carried out the survey, Will Hope, said that music lovers have named a mix of classic and current tracks.
The boss of online music service WE7, who became a founder investor along with former Genesis frontman Peter Gabriel, studied computing at Teesside University in the late 1970s.
The online music service will allow Kaspersky Lab customers to receive free access to the Kaspersky Music website which features a wide variety of music ranging from International, Arabic, Islamic and poetry.
As part of the online music service, Kaspersky Lab customers will exclusively receive free access to Kaspersky Music website, available in English and Arabic.
11 July 2011 -- Online music service provider Spotify has inched closer to formally signing an agreement with the last major US music label in a move that would allow it to launch its US service as early as next week, the Financial Times reported.
Sony fully resumes Qriocity online music service except in Japan
Internet giant Google could launch an online music service as early as Tuesday to rival Amazon s "cloud" service, which allows users to store digital music online, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Chunghwa's executives pointed out that online music service currently accounts for less than 10% of the company's value-added service revenue, far behind the company's text messaging service (40%) and its mPro data project service (53%).
Research by Consumer Focus shows that four in 10 people are unable to name a single online music service at all - despite there being more than 20 on the market.
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