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Wednesday April 5, 2006 8:36 pm

Google Music an iTunes killer?

Google is preparing to launch a music download service, according to research firm Caris & Company.  It is rumored that Google has been meeting with leading music executives for “networking opportunities.”  The new site is expected to gain support from the music industry, as iTunes does not offer flexible pricing or a subscription service.  Rumors were also confirmed at a recent analyst meeting where Google highlighted plans to expand into downloadable media.

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lol, unfortunately with google talking to the leading music industry executives, there will probably be some kind of DRM, and some kind of over-priced subscription service.  I think that with this new announcement we are seeing a turning point in the Google saga.  With this new turning point I believe we are loosing our lovable Google in favor of a Google that wants to just make money.

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