Amazon MP3 Store has a promotion called Daily Deal, where they prominently highlight an album that'll rake in sales for cheap—in exchange, labels have been giving them a one-day exclusive before the street date. Surprise, iTunes got pissed.
Number two digital music retailer Amazon was given DRM-free tracks from all four majors in the hope that it would be the first real rival to iTunes' total domination of music sales. But, on top of the fact Amazon's numbers drastically pale to iTunes' (we did ask for specifics, they wouldn't spill) NPD is reporting…
Amazon's MP3 store got officially Linux-friendly last week, adding support for Debian 4 Etch, Fedora 8, Open SUSE 10.3, and Unbuntu 7.10 Gutsy. So who's still locked out of the store? [Amazon]