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Best Buy expands cloud music offering to U.S.

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 19 Jun 2011 12:08 User comments (1)

Best Buy expands cloud music offering to U.S. Best Buy has noted this weekend that it will be expanding its current UK-only cloud music platform to the U.S. in an effort to challenge recent launches from Apple, Amazon and Google.
The new U.S. Music Cloud service will be available for BlackBerry and Android users.

Although it has not been officially unveiled, the app is already available in the Android Market.

Just like its rivals, the Music Cloud will allow users to upload their collections online and play it back wherever they have an Internet connection, saving space on their devices.

In the UK, the service is available for BB, Android and iOS.

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119.6.2011 14:19

Don't do it folks... Business' go bankrupt... the lights go out... distribution rights expire after "x" years (which is new legislation that nobody has a clue about in the public sector quite yet)... and just how long do you think you're going to be able to keep that receipt for all those songs you "bought" & who on 'that' side is actually keeping track of that for you?

Justlike lightning before the thunder... I hear "cluster" before the "Fu ...

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