MP3 and Digital Music News
Players Drop Price to Match iPod
It was only last October that I wrote about Sony's "new"
digital music portables. Both were unimpressive looking devices
and had very high prices for flash players. The Sony NW-E99 and
NW-E95 sold for $300 for 1GB and $255 for 512MB respectively.
The Sony NW-S23 S2 Sports Network Walkman sold for $230 for only
IPod, Here Comes Bill
corporate campus in Redmond, Washington, is beginning to look
like the streets of New York, London and just about everywhere
else: Wherever you go, white headphones dangle from peoples'
Digital Networks: PC to Stereo
"Music wants to be free!" may be the rallying
cry of the digital-music revolution, but all those MP3s can
easily end up in a cage of a different sort -- the trusty home
Do you know what I think? I think the prices for
paid digital music downloads are too high. I have thought this
for quite awhile, in fact I said it way back in August of 2001 -
long before iTunes appeared and when Napster was a free file
sharing service - in an article titled 6 CDs a Year.