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Watch Out, Google! Apple Securing Deal For Streaming Music With Record Labels!

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We assumed it would only be a matter of time before they jumped on this bandwagon!

A source close to Apple has revealed that the company is close to securing deals with all four major recording companies about a new music service that will reportedly allow users to stream music stored on computers to portable devices, to avoid one having to use up storage space and connect devices to transfer songs!

According to the insider, the deal - with Universal, Sony, EMI Group, and Warner Brothers - will allow for 'downloading, mobile use and streaming,' and will officially be announced at the Apple annual developers' conference on June 6th!

Uh-oh! We wonder what this will mean for the Google and Amazon cloud music plans!

Either way, it sounds like all three projects will ultimately help get us get our music faster AND easier, so we're pretty psyched!

What do U think?? Are U looking forward to more stream-based tunez??

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2 comments to “Watch Out, Google! Apple Securing Deal For Streaming Music With Record Labels!”



  1. 1

    hell no!!! I HATE that apple wants it all!!! I HATE that you buy music through them and you are screwed, you just can have them with them, with amazon, i can burn a CD for my old car stereo, download them into my ipod… but not with them… I HATE THIS

  2. Laura says – reply to this


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    make all the deals you want, still ain't paying.