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peer-to-peer network

 (pîr′tə-pîr′)
n.
A computer network in which every computer acts as both a client and server, allowing every computer to exchange data and services with every other computer in the network.
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As a new online music store, Music City offers artists major benefit, as all the first music uploaded will have the greatest exposure as a result of all the marketing that is naturally generated in the beginning during the launch of the site and platform.
The Future of the Music Business: How to Succeed with the New Digital Technologies provides artists who would go pro with the tools for doing so; addressing everything from selling music online and using blogs and social networks to creating an internet radio station, opening an online music store, and more.
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s iTunes online music store on Tuesday began selling music by the Beatles, enabling its users to purchase the band's songs and enjoy them on the iPod and other digital music players.
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Network operator Orange will offer Nokia's latest 5800 handset with users able to download unlimited free tracks from the phone maker's online music store, which has over six million songs.
The new UAE online music store, which will go live in December, will feature a large array of tracks from major regional and international artists, independent labels, and up-and-coming acts.
An online music store without digital rights management (DRM) has been launched by Napster, with over 6m tracks from the main and independent record labels to be sold through the site as MP3 files.
The Tesco online music store will offer more than 500,000 tracks at a charge of 79p for a single track, the same price as on iTunes.
A hacker from DoubleTwist has found a way to unlock the code which prevents users of computer company Apple Computer Inc's iPod from playing songs other than those from the iTunes online music store.

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