BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Wal-Mart has begun testing downloadable music through its e-commerce site, Walmart.com. loads" last month and, as anticipated, undercut the competition at 88 cents for "Every Song, Every Day." Most other services, such as Apple's iTunes or Roxio's Napster 2.0, offer music for 99 cents per song. An official launch of the Wal-Mart music service is expected sometime this year, according to a Liquid Digital Media. Wal-Mart has less than half the songs of its major ...
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