Jobs sings new tune on pricing downloads from Apple

Now that Apple's iPods dominate more than 70% of the market for digital music players, a four-year-old agreement with Steve Jobs to keep the price of i-Tunes low is being revisited. Jobs said he would consider higher prices as long as Apple could still sell songs without the technology that stops unauthorized copying.

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