|Books, newspapers, journals, and even lectures totaling some
16,000 hours of downloadable audio content. Playable on
portable devices, including Audible's own.
$0.95 to $9.95 per selection
|A diverse library of streaming and downloadable audiobooks and
music amounting to more than 5,000 items.
|More than 700 book titles, as well as The Wall Street Journal
Interactive Edition, can be downloaded to the Rocket eBook, a
22-ounce handheld that stores up to 10 full-length books.
$2 to $24 per title; Rocket eBook: $399
|The Nile of streaming media has added downloadable options: Music,
audiobooks, and now full-length movies are there for the taking (albeit
only with a Windows Media Player in hand).
|CNET's gateway to downloadable tools links you to anything from
drivers to Palm apps to geneology shareware. MP3 links are abundant.
|"Everything but classical" music, music videos, and music interviews
with artists. Downloadable and streaming content available through the
Windows Media Player.
|Sells and delivers digital books to PDAs, PCs, and Librius' 8-Mbyte,
12-ounce Millennium E-Reader.
$3.50 to $18 per title;
Millennium E-Reader: $199
|This Music download site passes on higher-than-industry-standard
royalties to artists. It also rents and sells videos.
$1.99 per track; videos $14.99 and up;
rentals $2.95 and up
|The music network for contemporary tunes, Sonic dials you into
streaming music and video through its visual radio station, FlashRadio,
and the music-video site Streamland.