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Google Music Launching Wednesday With Limited Label Involvement?

Posted by on November 14, 2011

The cloud music store is still in its infancy stages, with Amazon the only service to have had a full-fledged launch so far. Look for Google Music to officially join the ranks this Wednesday. Invitations were sent out Friday for an event to be held this Wednesday (16) with the tag line “These Go To […]

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Amazon Cloud Now Offering Unlimited Space For Limited Time

Posted by on July 7, 2011

One of the major complaints about the Amazon Cloud has been about how much they charge for storage space. Indeed, with 50GB of storage space costing $50 (a dollar per GB), the Amazon Cloud isn’t cheap. And apparently Amazon now agrees, as they’ve announced that now for only $20 (the price of 20GB), you can […]

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Apple’s Cloud Service Might Be Last, But With Labels On Board

Posted by on May 20, 2011

So Amazon and Google have already launched their cloud music services, leaving Apple as the last major player without a cloud offering. However, according to multiple sources, when Apple launches their service, they may have all four of the major label groups on board. Cnet reports that they’ve already signed deals with Warner Music Group and […]

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Google Launches Cloud Service…Also Without Labels And Licenses

Posted by on May 10, 2011

Google’s long awaited music cloud service has been derailed for over a year now thanks to breakdowns in licensing negotiations. However, now it looks like the Amazon Cloud inspired Google to go in a similar route, something we’re sure labels were afraid of happening. It was revealed last night that Google would officially unveil their […]

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So Much For Amazon Trying To Play Nice With Labels

Posted by on April 13, 2011

At the beginning of April, it was reported that Amazon was attempting to play nice with labels after they went launched their Cloud Player and Cloud Drive without licensing agreements. However, Amazon made sure to shoot down any talks about licensing via a letter. Digital Music News reports that Amazon sent the following letter (which […]

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Amazon First “Disappoints” Major Labels, Now They’re Seeking Approval

Posted by on April 1, 2011

This past Tuesday, Amazon made the first big step into cloud music storage by launching Amazon Cloud. Many were surprised that they essentially beat Google and Apple to the punch as both have been in the works of launching their own cloud music service for quite some time now. However, the reason why Amazon was […]

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