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Apple to Launch Cloud-based Music Service as Early as June 6

The L.A. Times reports that Apple has “tentative agreements” in place for a cloud-based music service that could launch as early as June 6.

In a report on its Company Town blog, the L.A. Times says Apple’s cloud service could be superior to Google’s and Amazon’s because people would not have to first upload their song collection. Apple’s service would have licenses from the major music labels enabling it to “scan a user’s collection and make all of those songs available within minutes for them to listen over an Internet connection via Apple’s computers.”

What do you think? Have you finally found a cloud of your very own?

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