We know, you're not at work. You're lying on a beach somewhere thinking about America and freedom and bald eagles and America. That's why we've distilled the full day of news into today's episode of 90 Seconds on The Verge, so in less than the time it'll take to cook your ninth hot dog you can get caught up on everything you missed. Stories about Microsoft's successes and failures, resale markets for digital products, and a happy — if expensive — release for Japanese music fans. Won't you join me?
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Stories of the day:
- EU Court of Justice rules selling 'used' licenses for downloaded software is legal
- Microsoft's loyalty to Windows and Office blamed for a 'lost' decade, says Vanity Fair
- Sony's Music Unlimited becomes first major streaming service to launch in Japan