We reported earlier this week on MP3tunes founder Michael Robertson’s claim that Apple is planning to launch a cloud music service. Well, CNET has a report claiming the very same thing, suggesting that Apple has been talking to the four major labels about its plans to let people store copies of their iTunes music libraries on Apple’s servers. “The benefits to an iTunes user would include the ability to back up music and access songs off the Web from any Internet-connected device and conceivably from anywhere in the world.” It could launch this Spring, and might even be announced at next Wednesday’s launch event for Apple’s new tablet.

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