Google signs 3 music companies, unwraps streaming service

11/16/2011 | USA Today · Wall Street Journal, The · · CNET

Google unveiled its plans for a streaming-music service Wednesday, saying it had signed deals with Sony, Vivendi and EMI for downloading songs to a variety of devices, including Android phones and tablets. Google Music will launch with about 8 million titles as it looks to compete with Apple's iTunes service. Users will be able to upload up to 20,000 songs from their music libraries and share them with friends on the Google+ social network.

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