Microsoft has just announced that it will sell more than a million DRM-free tracks in the Zune store. In other news, Satan just sent out for a snow-shovel.
The Zune Marketplace is officially adding DRM-free music support, launching with over a million DRM-free MP3 tracks. As we mentioned earlier, other details (like which labels, whether there is a DRM-free upgrade path is for users who've bought music with DRM, price differences, etc.) are not yet known.
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