The Beatles ‘may go with’ Microsoft
Apple has spurned Microsoft’s attempts to help make the latter firm’s future online music store ipod device-compatible, reviews Moving Stone.
Playboy claims that Microsoft will “unveil its very own music store on September 2”. The report highlights that Microsoft may have the ability to send 350 million customers every month to the store through Hotmail, Messenger and MSN, predicting the firm will end up the amount two legal music service, and “could challenge Apple”.
“Sources near to Microsoft, the shop will available to the general public with approximately 600,000 and 700,000 tracks for purchase at 99-cents each,” Moving Stone states.
Speculation also is available that Microsoft uses its vast financial muscle to pay for The Beatles to hold their catalogue online, the report states, adding the firm may bundle its music store with future versions of Home windows.