We confess to being all at sea when it comes to the variants of the Linux operating system, but we do know that Ubuntu is one of the more popular. Anyway, it’s getting an official music store, developed by Ubuntu-maker Canonical. The store is integrated into the OS’ Rhythmbox music player, and is powered by 7Digital, offering a catalogue of more than four million MP3s. Downloads are also backed up in the Ubuntu One cloud storage service. The potential significance is that Ubuntu is preloaded on a number of netbooks, meaning that those devices will now offer digital music purchasing out of the box. Source: Ars Technica

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