According to the latest report from All Things D, we might not be seeing Google Music being released – at least any time soon or in its originally intended form. Apparently the search engine giant’s negotiation with music labels are now “broken” and have moved backwards instead of forward. Chances of us getting access to an online music streaming service or store from Google might now be next to none. Because of the deal going sour, Google might end up creating some sort of cloud storage locker service that Amazon is running right now. But until Google announces anything officially, we should take this news with a pinch of salt. Stay tuned for more details.
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