6 Comments

Summary:

The former founder and CEO of mp3.com Michael Robertson’s new online music store MP3tunes has launched. The new site features 192kbps DRM-less mp3 files that will work cross-platform and on nearly every portable music player made for 88¢ per song. Currently the site has no support […]

The former founder and CEO of mp3.com Michael Robertson’s new online music store MP3tunes has launched. The new site features 192kbps DRM-less mp3 files that will work cross-platform and on nearly every portable music player made for 88¢ per song. Currently the site has no support from any major labels.

So what does this have to do with Apple you ask? Well take a look at this picture:

And then look at this one:

Could they be similar enough for Apple to file a suit against MP3tunes? I wouldn’t be surprised if Apple takes offense to this low-quality knock-off of their iTunes Music Store interface.

By Twist

You're subscribed! If you like, you can update your settings

Related stories

  1. I’ll be VERY suprised if Apple doesn’t take some sort of action on this. Is the guy that started it the former founder of the OLD mp3.com or the new CNET one?

    Share
  2. He was the founder and CEO of the original mp3.com long before CNET took it over. He is also the man behind Lindows/Linspire.

    Share
  3. Good luck to him. The less DRM the better.

    Share
  4. What a terrible thing it was when they took the original mp3.com down. I used to love going there to find some underground artist. they litterally had hundreds of thousands, if not more, tracks for free. all deleted.
    I cant imagine apple not doing anything against something so blatent.

    Share
  5. It really was horrible when mp3.com went down. It’s even worse that the guy who started mp3.com sold it so he could make crap like this.

    Share
  6. To bad they use cd baby, which means you have to send a cd to them to get your music on the site.

    Share

Comments have been disabled for this post