Sacrebleu! AmazonMP3 to expand internationally this year

[photopress:amazonint.jpg,full,center] AP image: The magic of Amazon AmazonMP3, the best way to get DRM-free MP3s onto your iPod—iTunes sells AACs, some with DRM—,will be available in othe

Sony BMG to sell DRM-free MP3s on AmazonMP3

[photopress:sonybmgamazon.jpg,full,center] Sony BMG will sell its music DRM-free on the AmazonMP3 store by the end of the month. This is the second move for Sony BMG in the DRM-free MP3 business. Last

AmazonMP3's referral program: Get up to 20 percent per song or album

How does Amazon respond to Apple’s increasing the size, and dropping the price of, its DRM-free music store? By promising you free money, of course. Amazon was quick to point out yesterday that

Apple drops price of iTunes Plus songs to 99 cents

Look at that, 99 cents Apple is dropping the price of iTunes Plus songs by thirty cents, from $1.29 to 99 cents. Not all of the songs have seen a price drop yet, including the only iTunes Plus songs I

Don't overreact to AmazonMP3's tough-sounding user agreement

Holy smokes. I was gonna belittle this guy’s column on how users of AmazonMP3 should be wetting their pants. Then I reread it, realizing that I had completely missed the point. Reading the user

AmazonMP3's Watermarks Are Nothing To Be Concerned About (Yet)

Let’s not jump to conclusions, privacy hawks. Word on the street is that the MP3s Amazon now sells contain watermarks. The thing is, the watermarks—so far—only have information where

Apples and Amazons: Fun Facts And Pretentious Bands

Would you rather see boring company logos, or literal nonsense? AmazonMP3 has the potential to not suck, which, knowing all the non-iTunes pay-to-download services, could be a first. It works on any O