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Amazon Releases Cloud-Based Music Service

March 29th, 2011 03:30 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


c0lo writes “Right after rumors that Google was preparing to take on iTunes service with a digital music store of its own, Amazon has announced that it’s entering the fight with a cloud-based music service of its own. From the article: ‘Amazon Cloud Drive is a “personal disk drive in the cloud,” while Amazon Cloud Player is, well, a Web-based music player. That’s right–Amazon Cloud Drive will be something like Google’s rumored digital music locker, a cloud-based storage system for all of your tunes.’”

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