On Rolling Stone’s site we see the battle brewing between Apple Computer and the Record Industry. On one side there is a great user-friendly software called iTunes that with a standard price of 99 cents per song download plays on the ever popular 75%-market-share iPod music player. On the other side are what Steve Jobs calls “greedy” record execs who want to be more market driven by allowing the price of songs to be as high as $1.49. With the advent of over 500 million downloads more dough is out there to be made. Read more.