The Associated Press is reporting that European Union Commission is looking into claims that Apple is overcharging British customers for iTunes songs, EU spokesman Jonathan Todd said. “The U.S.-based computer company charges 79 pence (euro1.14/US$1.50) per song downloaded from the Internet in Britain and euro0.99 (US$1.30) on the continent. The latter is 20 percent cheaper. British residents can’t download songs from the non-British Web page.” Todd says that the investigation is in “the early stages.”