Last year word leak that Google was trying putting their stamp on the music industry. The rumor was, they were creating a cloud-based music storage system that would rival iTunes.
Well it might be time for iTunes to make room, because according to CNET, Google has begun testing internally testing Google Music.
Two weeks ago someone writing at the XDA Developers forum claimed to have accidentally discovered Google Music after installing the Honeycomb version of the Android operating system on a phone. Turns out, that was indeed a working version of the service, the music industry insiders said, adding, however, that the final version could be much different.
Technologically speaking, then, Google Music–a streaming service users would access from Web-connected devices–appears close to being ready. However, the sources said the actual launch is being held up by the lack of one vital component. Music.
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