iTunes has Napster over a barrel. Napster seems unable to touch the gargantuan music service provided by Apple, so they're offering free music for everyone! Actually, rewind a little. It's RIAA that has Napster over a barrel, because the music isn't really free, it's more of a 'preview'...[The Register]Napster actually means that you can listen to a song five times for free before being cut off from the service. And while Napster claims that Mac and Linux users can now partake in this openness adventure, that's only a half-truth. Mac and Linux customers can do the five-download thing, but if they want to listen to songs more via Napster's subscription service, they'll have to shell out for a Windows box.