Google's Subscription Streaming Music Service

Imagine a streaming music service that allows users to pick and choose the music they hear. Sounds like Spotify. Well, yes -- but this one belongs to Google. Aside from smartphones and tablets, it would give the Mountain View, Calif. company an opportunity to move into cars. Not too far a stretch. If this is just a rumor and they're not planning a music service, they should. The company already supports deals that cover the use of songs in YouTube videos made by consumers. Negotiations are underway with major record labels to license their music, said people seeking anonymity, Newsday reports.

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