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If you purchased any music from iTunes between 2003 and 2009, you downloaded tracks with digital rights management (DRM) embedded in them, which means you can’t easily transfer them. Apple has since stopped using DRM, but old files may still include it. Wired shows how to update your music library with the new, DRM-free versions.
Apple’s iTunes Radio — free streaming radio stations that can learn from your existing iTunes music purchasing habits — launched in Australia earlier this week. It’s a clever idea, but despite Apple’s reputation for obsessing over detail, there are some rough edges which could be smoothed off to make iTunes Radio a more pleasant experience.