With rumours that it’s about to buy Catch Media still swirling, Google’s music ambitions are under the spotlight once more. Wired’s Epicenter blog has a good roundup of what the company has done, is doing and may do in the future in music. For the latter, some kind of cloud-based music service is fingered as inevitable, possibly using micropayments and allowing more portability of music collections between different services. It’s well worth a read. Source: Epicenter

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