Google Music Has a Daily Streaming Limit

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One user has discovered that Google Music, the online cloud-based storage and streaming service for your Google Play purchased music as well as for your user-uploaded music does have a limit to how much you can stream each day. When that user tried to stream music after that limit was met, he was created with […]

Google Music Sale Offers Romantic Songs for Valentine’s

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Remember the days of mixed tapes and CDs? Well, Google is hoping those days are long gone and the outfit is hoping that you’ll be turning digital once February 14 rolls around as Google is now offering a sale on romantic albums just in time for Valentine’s. The sale isn’t quite as steep as Google’s […]

Google Music Store Speculated to Allow Users to Share Tunes

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Sometimes, a drummer may march to his own beat, but what if that drummer wanted to march to the beat of his fellow peers? Google’s Google Music store will supposedly allow users to share songs and tunes with each other according to the latest Internet speculation. To enhance the content available for the Android platform […]

iTunes Match Coming End of October

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Apple at its iPhone event today has announced that its iTunes cloud music matching service, dubbed iTunes Match, will be coming at the end of October for an optional annual subscription price of $24.99. Essentially, iTunes Match will scan your iTunes library and automatically re-create your music library in the cloud, negating the need for […]

Rumble in the Clouds: Amazon Sweetens Their Cloud Player Pot

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Amazon responded today to the challenge that Apple’s upcoming iCloud is sure to pose. Amazon¬†announced¬†that their Cloud Player (which launched a couple of months back) will now offer unlimited music storage, provided you buy a $20/yr. plan. The retail giant also announced a web app for their Cloud Player, which can be run in Safari […]

webOS Cloud Music Now a Distant Reality, Labels Doubt HP’s Seriousness

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A few weeks ago, reports circulated on the Internet that HP was readying its own cloud-based music service to rival Apple’s, Google’s, and Amazon’s offerings, but a recent report on Billboard says that although discussions are ‘heating up,’ the prospect of a cloud hovering over the webOS TouchPad slate may still be a long ways […]