Microsoft selling DRM-free music

3 October 2007, 9:07 pm ISTFiled under: Microsoft

Microsoft is now selling DRM-free music (currently 1 million songs) on its Zune marketplace. Isn't it the same company that pretty much invented the DRM (or better known as labyrinth of pain in online music buyers).

I don't know whether Microsoft is trying to be project this hip new attitude by starting selling DRM-free music. Or maybe it is realizing that this is the way to the future of online music selling as all the other major players are doing it. (That is after iTunes and Amazon's MP3 DRM-free music store started)

Whatever maybe the reason, it is good to hear and see Microsoft doing something like this.

[Via DownloadSquad]

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