Despite its cut-throat pricing, Amazon has made little headway against Apple, which closely ties its iTunes software to its iPods and other gadgets. Amazon heavily markets its Kindle e-reader with TV commercials, but its MP3 store has a lower profile—the company markets it, largely, through emails to customers and a Twitter account where it highlights deals.
Many Apple fans were sent into a mini-frenzy over the past few days as a result of news about iTunes being killed off. But it's not all doom and gloom as its been made out to be.
One of the five people left on the planet without Netflix? If you planned on signing up through iTunes, we have some bad news.
When you visit the iTunes movie store and buy something, you might think it’s yours to keep forever. Unfortunately, it’s not and here’s the reason why.