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[PC Mag]Report: Google Set to Launch Music Service

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Google might soon release its own iTunes competitor.
According to a CNet report, the company is using Google Music internally, which means it's readying the service for public launch.
Rumors of a Google music service have been circulating for a long time. They were last mentioned at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month when Motorola Mobility chief Sanjay Jha suggested that the benefit of having its upcoming Xoom tablet run on Android Honeycomb is that "it adds video services and music services."
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Interesting enough hehe.
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Coulda sworn I read this already. Not sure if it was here or not.


Edit: Yeah looks like it...

http://www.overclock.net/software-ne...gle-music.html
You probably didn't see it since it was in a different news section.
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So...will the RIAA be on it?

Something about iTunes being responsible for mass piracy?
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