Another day, another good hardware deal for 7digital. The company’s download store is now a featured app on HP’s TouchPad tablet, allowing users to browse, buy and download 320kbps MP3 tracks from the device. It follows other deals for 7digital with Research In Motion for its BlackBerry PlayBook and with Samsung for its Galaxy Tab range. That’s now three different tablet platforms (webOS, Android and QNX) for 7digital’s store, stealing a march on Amazon MP3 as the manufacturer’s iTunes alternative of choice. What we’re still waiting to find out, though, is what HP has planned beyond pure music downloads. The company has been making hints about its intention to use the TouchPad as the basis for a cloud music service for some time – and even bought streaming music service Melodeo last year – but as yet, there are no firm details. 
Source: Billboard

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