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Amazon has today launched a new music service called AutoRip, which offers customers a free MP3 version of every album they’ve bought on CD from Amazon since 1998. The service currently boasts more than 50,000 digital albums from all the major record labels, and Amazon insists that new titles are added on a regular basis.
XBMC version 12 (Froyo) just got its second beta release, and it’s arguably the best yet for those running an Android device. Why? Because it’s the first to boast official Android support, which means you can now look forward to better control and bug tracking. The new beta is available to download now.