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Thursday, May 29, 2003

D: 'nouncements

From D: Real Networks announced "the lowest per-burn price available to U.S. consumers through any of the new generation of digital music services," at $.79 per track (that's on top of the $9.95 monthly subscription). Real's Rhapsody service is discussed in this Washington Post article and this Slashdot thread.
Palm, Inc. unveiled plans for integrating voice over IP (VoIP), various WiFi partnerships, and new measures for securing wireless data transmissions.

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