iTMS

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AcronymDefinition
iTMSiTunes Music Store (Apple)
iTMSIbm Tivoli Monitoring Services
iTMSI-Tunes Music Store
iTMSInformation Technology Managed Services
iTMSInternational Turnaround Management Standard (various companies)
iTMSIntegrated Transportation Management System
iTMSInterim Traffic Management System
iTMSInformation Technology Managed Services (TSA)
iTMSImmediate (Check) Truth Maintenance System (AI)
iTMSIndirect Tyre Monitor System (Denmark)
iTMSIon Trap Mass Spectroscopy
iTMSIntegrated Topic Management System
iTMSInternational Traffic Management System
iTMSIntegrated Training Management System
iTMSInventory Tracking and Management System (Cisco Systems)
iTMSIntegrated Track Management System
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The iTunes Music Store was finally launched in India in December of last year and is currently selling music and movies from both Indian and international artists.
While overall US sales at the iTunes Music Store were down 65%, the number of monthly transactions had declined 58%, while the average size per purchase had fallen 17%, the research company said.
Apple Computer chief executive Steve Jobs said: "We have always loved the Beatles and hopefully we can now work together to get them on the iTunes Music Store.
We have always loved the Beatles, and hopefully we can now work together to get them on the iTunes Music Store.
In using the iTunes Music Store, subscribers are able to download video clips and transfer them to their handheld Apple iPod video players.
ONE billion songs have been downloaded from the iTunes music store, Apple has revealed.
Apple, with its iPod and iTunes Music Store, was the first to establish a synergy of device and content.
iTunes Music Store (iTMS) launched; first song sold
s music business subsidiary, plans to provide songs to the iTunes Music Store in Japan managed by Apple Computer Inc.
Apple mini iPod with leather sleeve and itunes music store case
Since its launch two years ago, the iTunes Music Store has stores in 19 countries and more than 400m songs purchased and downloaded worldwide.
In addition, the system features the latest versions of iSync, iCal, iPhoto, iMovie, the iTunes Music Store and Apple's new default Web browser, Safari.