RealNetworks today announced an iTunes rival called Rhapsody. Instead of paying $1 a track users of this new digital music service will be able to rent everything on the network for just about $15 a month.
The service uses a technology from Microsoft so that the music files will stop working when a user stops paying the subscription. The Rhapsody service will become available on portable devices such as those from Creative, iRiver and Samsung.
More information at TechNewsWorld.
Real launches Rhapsody - the iTunes killer?
Posted on Tuesday, April 26 2005 @ 19:11 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck