Google is working on a new project that promises to change the way you listen to music, eliminating your CDs and music library and replacing them with a cloud-based subscription music library.
Google wants to charge you about $25 a year to store your music library in an Internet "music locker" that you could access from your home computer, wireless music players and mobile devices. In addition, they plan on offering an iTunes-style music store, except that you would download music directly from the store into your music locker.
There are several other interesting features of Google's planned service:
What do you think of Google's plan? Would you be interested in storing all your music in an Internet "music locker"?
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