Apple is considering a revamp of their Itunes music service since the company purchased music streaming company, Lala Media Inc, according to San Jose Business Journal
Currently, Itunes users can listen to a one to two minute preview of a song, and then if the user likes it, they can download it for 99 cents. Apple previously cut the cost from $1.99 to 99 cents. Lala offers streaming of songs from its music library at 10 cents per song.
If Apple decides they want to adopt a version of Lala's music streaming service, users could tune in from any computer and wouldn't require Apple's software updates.
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