Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Music Beta cloud music service from Google (I/O Conference)

Today, Google is expected to announce a cloud-based music service during their I/O conference in San Francisco. According to the New York Times, it will be initially called Music Beta by Google and will allow users to store 20,000 songs in the cloud for free. Access to the Google cloud will be available from any PC or Android device.

This will be Google’s 4th annual developer I/O conference, kicking off today in downtown San Francisco. In its biggest I/O yet, the conference will feature 110 developer sessions and more than 250 speakers during the two days. More than 5,500 developers are expected to attend, I wonder if it sold out as quickly as WWDC did this year

So, if you have a Motorola XOOM 3G you can expect an invitation to join Music Beta by Google...otherwise you can visit music.google.com to request an invite to give it a try!

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