Sony continues to add new features to its Music Unlimited cloud/streaming service, with the latest being something called My Channels that takes its cue from Pandora. Basic and Premium users alike will be able to create their own streaming radio channels based on specific artists, with Sony populating the stations from its catalogue of 10 million songs. People can manually skip tracks, and the service will automatically skip those already marked as disliked. The feature is currently available on the Music Unlimited apps for PlayStation 3, PCs, and Bravia-branded TVs, Blu-ray players and home entertainment systems.

Spotted what’s missing? It seems My Channels won’t be available for users of the Music Unlimited Android app just yet. Separately, though, Sony is beefing up the features in the PS3 version of Music Unlimited, letting people create, edit and delete their playlists from the console.

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