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Google Launches Online Music Service
2011-11-17    
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Google Inc has launched its new online music service,the technology giant is expected to grab a share of the audio entertainment distribution currently been dominated by  Apple Inc and Amazon.com Inc.


Google Music, with more 13
million songs, will be integrated with Android Market, the company's
online store for smartphone apps and videos as it plays catch-up with
its rivals. Apple, Amazon and Facebook have to varying degrees
integrated music into their core online and mobile products.

According to the Reuters, Google
Music will allow the Web search leader to do the same by letting
consumers access music from various Internet-connected devices and
easily share tracks with friends.


 
 
 
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