iTunes Voted by PC World Magazine as "Software Newcomer of...

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    And on the following page of the article, Panther was named best OS!

     
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    Perhaps it’s new to the PC world, but it’s not really a newcomer. Just because the PC world closes his eyes before Mac achievements doesn’t mean they’re not there.
     
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    if you read on further though, you find that they have voted top mp3 player as some crappy rio, the ipod came a 'close' second.
     
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    That crappy rio has a dock with built in ethernet and rca outs... kinda cool.

    Interesting article, hopefully it'll turn some heads.
     

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    "We do have one major complaint: ITunes tracks are incompatible with digital audio players other than Apple's own IPod. How selfish!"

    quit your whining and go buy an ipod!
     
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    if they think iTunes tracks are incompatable they are mistaken, they can import as mp3s if they wanted to, thus making them fine to use with other players, only iTMS tracks are incompatable because they are AAC protected...
     
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    It was a great review until this half-truth.

    Tracks purchased from ITMS are incompatible with digital audio players other than Apple's own iPod. Tracks your rip from CDs, however, are portable. Even AAC is supported by some third party players.
     

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