In a move that figures to spark price competition in the download space, Wal-Mart yesterday began selling tracks from its Web site for 88 cents apiece. The service--which launched with 200,000 songs--

In a move that figures to spark price competition in the download space, Wal-Mart yesterday began selling tracks from its Web site for 88 cents apiece. The service--which launched with 200,000 songs--is available through walmart.com and is powered by Liquid Digital Media (formerly Liquid Audio).

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