As expected, given a few days to look over the fact that RealNetworks had made iPods just slightly more usable by coming up with a way that people buying songs in Real's download store could move those songs to an iPod, Apple has responded quite angrily, claiming they're "stunned that RealNetworks has adopted the tactics and ethics of a hacker to break into the iPod." That's right. How dare they come up with a way to make the product appeal to more people!
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