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The MP3 is dead, hello ACC files

MP3 players had once been the de facto audiophile gadget, the thing you needed to have if you wanted on-the-go music sessions.

Not well, it seems, because the MP3 has now died, according directly to the people who invented it. The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits,

Another audio format called Advanced Audio Coding, or AAC, is now the "de facto standard for music download and videos on mobile phones."

As reported on the Tech Times website - READ MORE

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