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CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) - The Beatles are finally coming to the Internet.
Apple Inc. says its iTunes service will sell music from the Fab
Four. The Beatles have so far been the most prominent holdout from
iTunes and other online music services.
Apple Corps Ltd., which manages the band's affairs, had
resisted. The situation was exacerbated by a long-running trademark
dispute between Apple Inc. and Apple Corps. It was resolved in 2007
when the companies agreed on joint use of the apple logo and name,
and many people saw that as paving the way for an agreement for
online access to Beatles songs.
Until now, to listen to Beatles songs on iPods, you'd have to
obtain a CD and "rip" an online version of it -- or find someone
who already has, legalities aside.