Apple launches music service, releases new iPods

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Apple Computer Inc. on Monday announced its much-anticipated online music service called the iTunes Music Store. The service provides users with access to over 200,000 songs without any subscription fees, instead opting to charge users a $0.99 fee for every song downloaded. Apple also introduced new iPods and several software updates to round out the music service.

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