Steve Jobs, after accepting a technical Grammy on behalf of the company for its contributions to the music and recording industries, took the opportunity to criticize the major record labels for their music subscription services that don’t allow consumers to deploy legally owned music on all of the devices they own, according to IT News, as noted by MacSurfer. Jobs also said that he believes over eighty percent of people are willing to pay for digital music, but “there is no one offering you a choice.”