PayPlay.FM on Tuesday announced that it’s now selling its catalog of 1.3 million tracks of DRM-free music in MP3 format, for $0.88 each. The company said it’s offering twice the number of DRM-free tracks it pledged to offer in October, 2006 during a “Day Against DRM” event.
PayPlay.FM focuses on offering independently produced music in a variety of different genres ranging from classical to country, folk, jazz, latin, pop, rock, spoken word and more. PayPlay.FM’s library includes more than 80,000 artists.
Previously, PayPlay.FM had only offered DRM protected WMA format music files and they still do offer those at $0.77 each.
As had been promised, Dell today announced three computers with the Ubuntu 7.04 Linux distribution preloaded. There was a bigger surprise, however, in the other announcement that Dell would start selling exclusive models of their PCs at Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club retail stores in the USA and Canada.
Most cell phone users have a love-hate relationship with their cell phone company with perhaps more of the latter. Don’t you sometimes wish that you owned own cell phone provider and could tell your old nemesis to ring off? Well, it’s now possible (in a way at least) without building a lot of tall towers and hiring annoying salesmen through the services of a company called Sonopia.