1. wakeupdead1315's Avatar
    Was just browsing the interwebs when I found this:

    "According to industry insiders, the proposed music service would resemble the familiar iTunes business model, but would expand this service to include cloud-based music storage. It is said that users would be able to download songs, and for a $25 yearly fee, be able to store their songs in a digital locker. Then users would be able to stream their music to any internet-connected device. Also, users of the service would be able to listen to full-track streams of any song one time before purchasing, then previews would revert back to the usual 30-second sample."

    I think it's sounds amazing, read on: Google Music Service To Challenge iTunes Dominance
    09-16-2010 10:21 AM