Google’s music plans get leaked

Billboard has been grilling its industry contacts about Google's planned music service, and claims that its initial proposal includes an a la carte download store alongside a subscription-based cloud locker service. It plans to charge people $25 a year for the latter, allowing them to access their music on any internet-connected device. Purchases on the...

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