Music Cloud Industry Update

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Music Cloud Industry Update

By GLENN DAVIS DOCTOR G

The Music Cloud Industry update for the first week of April, 2011:

– Amazon offers free upgrade to 20 GB of Cloud Drive Storage if you purchase an MP3 album from the Amazon MP3 Store by 11:59 PM PST on December 31, 2011.

– Sony is debuting a mobile version of its nascent cloud-based music player on April 14, starting with PlayStation Portable owners on their Qriocity service that went live in February.

– MIT is testing final “first version” apps for Cloud 9 Music.

– Google has acquired Canadian mobile music start-up Pushlife for a rumored $25 million as it prepares to release its new music service for Android. In addition, earlier this week, Google registered a slew of .com domain names related to music and clouds. GoogleBass.com, GoogleAlto.com, GoogleSoprano and GoogleTenor.com along with GoogleNebula.com, GoogleThunder.com and GoogleLightning.com. (see previous article that relates to cloud apps).

– RIM (partnered with Microsoft) has completed testing for use with Blackberry Devices.

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About Glenn Davis Doctor G

Glenn Davis Doctor G - Born as: Glenn Scott Davis - Royal Welsh Family. International Artist - Warner Bros. Inventor, author, filmmaker and developer. Guinness, Gold and Platinum Record Awards. Member of Mensa.
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