There’s something sad, if not creepy, about Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs saying, “We have always loved the Beatles, and hopefully we can now work together to get them on the iTunes Music Store,” because, you know, there really aren’t any Beatles anymore, only seniors, ghosts, widows, and estates. But after a long dispute, Apple Computer successfully defended themselves in the trademark-infringement lawsuit the Beatles’ Apple Corps brought against them (for starters, those similar apple logos were contentious) and now – blah blah etc etc – the entire Beatles catalogue, a longtime holdout in the online music market, will become available on iTunes, though no one dares say when. “We are glad to put this disagreement behind us,” Jobs said. Uh, not so fast. Apple Corps said it would appeal the decision.
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