HP has announced that it is teaming up with a UK company called Omnifone MusicStation to embed the firm's software into computers it sells in the UK. The move will allow HP to take on Apple's dominating iTunes store in the digital music market.
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HP holds 20% of the computer market around the world so using a music service on its computers will put the service into the hands of a lot of users. Honestly the odds if it threatening Apple are very slim.
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Most users will simply continue to install iTunes on the HP machines and go on with life as they were before the deal was signed. The music service will cost users £8.99 monthly.