Actually, we don’t. Not until they send us a review model. Glorious Noise dissects the hype around Microsoft’s new MP3 player, and reminds naive blog commenters that air travel is more of a hassle than a bribe.
Microsoft’s Zune won’t play protected files purchased from Napster 2.0, Rhapsody, Yahoo! Unlimited, Movielink, iTunes, or any other online media service. Except emusic, of course, who sells good, old-fashioned unprotected MP3 files. Remember kids: when you purchase files with DRM, you’re putting your trust in corporations to continue supporting that file type. It’s a bad … Continue reading Zune won’t play Rhapsody, Napster 2.0 files