HP has acquired streaming music startup Melodeo – the company behind the nuTsie service and apps – for somewhere between $30 million and $35 million. nuTsie lets people scan their iTunes playlists then access them from other devices, including BlackBerry, Android and Windows Mobile. The company has also released several curated playlist apps for iPhone, usually based around Top 100 songs from particular genres. The article suggests that the next version of nuTsie will let people store their entire music library in he cloud then access songs on demand. “We are excited about the potential of this technology to bring the power of cloud-based delivery services to millions of customers,” says the official HP statement. The company also recently bought smartphone maker Palm. Source: TechCrunch

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