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Google reportedly has plans to launch a web-based music sale service that will rival Apple's iTunes.  (Source: Google via TechCrunch)

The new service will reportedly stream music from your PC, over the internet to Android handsets.  (Source: Sprint)
There's a storm brewing -- Google Music is incoming and iTunes must brace itself for the impact





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RE: Here's hoping....
By themaster08 on 6/15/2010 7:17:06 PM , Rating: 5
Precisely. This isn't the first time he's pasted that link either. He still has no more links to offer that support his ridiculous claims.

Open platforms still have to abide by laws as well. Reader1 is deluded beyond belief. He seems to labour under the sad misapprehension that open platforms are detrimental to society.

He obviously can't fathom the importance of open platforms beyond illiterate consumer level. He's a one track record spouting the same crap and getting his usual rating of -1.

His motives are based on an obsession with closed platforms and money. Concepts such as user freedom, user choice and business ethics are alien to him, and believes that money is the single most important aspect.

The only redeeming factor is that he bring some comedic relief to these articles with his out-of-this-world claims. But even those are just as annoying as they are humourous.


RE: Here's hoping....
By muhahaaha on 6/15/2010 8:06:51 PM , Rating: 1
+1

you hit the nail right on the iHead.

I wouldn't be surprised if Perks is really Steve Jobs.

I'd bet money that Jobs personally sneaks around Daily Tech under a bogus user-name to see what the informed community thinks about his iCrap and to incite the apple fanbois into a rage.


RE: Here's hoping....
By muhahaaha on 6/15/2010 8:20:53 PM , Rating: 2
Someone needs to do some packet sniffing and see which Anand/DT users are having packets originating from Cupertino. That would be a cool thing to try.

But they'd probably be going an anonymous proxy... damn.

Well I bet there's at least a handful of readers that can find a way to negate that ...


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