Google has just sent out invites to an event centered around Google Music. Unfortunately they aren’t playing any fun games with the invite; it’s just white text on a blue background. So there was a bit more to the invite than we originally believed, check it out in the gallery below. There’s an ... Read More »
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Ever since Google Music Beta was launched, the inability able to purchase music has left us feeling that the service was incomplete — at least when compared to similar offerings by others (most notably Amazon).
So why didn’t Google offer this service from the outset? It is widely believed that Google’s negotiations with record labels ... Read More »
Hop into the wayback machine and join me at Google I/O 2010. It was day 2 of the conference and Vic Gundotra was playing the ghost of Android future and showing us the Android world that was yet to come. Vic described Google Music as we have it today. (Upload your music collection to the ... Read More »
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Google Music is still in closed beta, but that doesn’t mean Google’s trying to keep people out. Just like they did with Google Plus, invitations to Google Music are rolling out slowly. We noticed earlier this week that Google has given us a few extra invitations, so we’ve decided to pass them on to you.
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If you’re fortunate enough to have access to Google Music Beta, you can now share the wealth with your friends. But before you start sending out emails to all your friends, we’d like to warn you; Google’s only allotting two invitations per account. So, choose wisely. Many of us here at Android and Me have ... Read More »
When Google announced Google Music back in May, there was a huge feature missing from the service: the ability to buy songs from inside Google Music. The main reason Google wasn’t able to add this was due to licensing deals. Basically, the company couldn’t reach a deal with music labels, so it decided ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Google and Apple are battling it out for dominance in the mobile and tablet sectors. Apple had an amazing head start which left a lot of analysts wondering if Google would succeed with their mobile platform. As you already know, Android has outperformed everyone’s expectations, shooting to the top of almost ... Read More »