Google might want to further expand their cloud music service that currently sports some rather limited capabilities, where the Internet search giant is negotiating with major record labels in order to expand that service, in addition to opening an MP3 store which will possibly compete with Apple and Amazon – although the success of it might have results that aren’t exactly going to increase the bottom line of Google’s revenues.
Not one, but numerous music executives have stepped forward, claiming that Google is eager to open the store very soon. This will most probably have something to do with Google’s current cloud service, Music Beta, where it allows folks to back up their songs on remote servers as well as stream them to cell phones and other devices.
Needless to say, when confronting Google, there was no comment from their part – and the same can be expected from the other music levels. Do you think that Google will be able to succeed in their efforts?
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