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A British boy shocked his father by racking up a bill of about $2,500 in just 10 minutes after his dad gave him his iTunes password so he could download a free game. The TODAY anchors chat about this and other stories making headlines.
Mario Armstrong , TODAY’s digital lifestyle expert, explains how you can avoid mall crowds by giving gifts using iTunes and Facebook, or by helping people learn a new skill by getting them a subscription to Lynda.com.
** FILE ** Music is dowloaded from a computer to an iPod , in this May 9, 2006 file photo taken in Paris. The European Commission said Tuesday it had opened an antitrust probe into allegations that Apple's iTunes and major record companies were unfairly restricting the choice and costs of online mus