Why Comes with Music Needs Time

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The UK's Carphone Warehouse have just reduced the retail price of the Nokia Comes With Music 5310 handset by £45 to just over £82.  For a consumer that means unlimited music that they get to own permanently for about 22 pence a day.  That is undeniably good value.  However the fact that CPW are having to discount the offering to such a degree just a few months since launch suggests that consumers just aren’t getting sold on the idea. 

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Who Benefits from Apple Going DRM-Free?

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Forecasting Macworld & CES

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Kicking television, sort of

   

Barry Parr Posted by Barry Parr

2008 was a watershed year in my media habits.

In video, things came to a head when Comcast mistakenly cancelled by cable television service, instead of merely canceling my "high speed" (sic) Internet service. This echoed the scene six months earlier when, after weeks of trying to get someone to install Internet service, a Comcast guy showed up on my doorstep declared, "I'm here to disconnect your Internet service."

We no longer have cable television and in Montara we're beyond the reach of broadcast television.

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