Apple and Palm have been playing a little cat-and-mouse over Palm's decision to spoof iTunes so the popular music player will sync music with the new Palm Pre, and now the Pre scores another one. Apple's release of iTunes 8.2.1 broke the Pre's syncing, and though you could still find ways to get you music on the Pre, Palm strikes back by re-enabling iTunes sync in the latest WebOS update. At this point, we'd imagine the folks at Palm figure their users are way more willing and tolerant than iTunes users at large to update time and again so they can get their music—where iTunes users may get a little annoyed by the time Apple's rolling out iTunes 8.2.11 just to block those Palm syncers. [Palm via Gizmodo]
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