Amid increasing speculation Google has today introduced Google Drive. Google Drive is a personal cloud storage service that offers Google account holders the ability to upload, share and access videos, photos, Google Docs, PDFs and more from just about anywhere and on just about any device.
A little over one month since launching initially in the United States, and Brazil a few days ago, iTunes Match is now available in a number of new countries, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and possibly unconfirmed others.
Music Beta from Google has just evolved into Google Music, opening up to users in the United States and bringing another major music player to the cloud. Earlier this week, Apple finally introduced iTunes Match, allowing iOS device users to stream music anywhere using iCloud.
With the release of iTunes 10.5.1 earlier today, Apple's long-anticipated iTunes Match is finally here. iTunes Match is a paid-for service that gives Apple device users access to their entire music library anywhere using iCloud.
With negotiations successfully wrapped up between Apple and all four major record labels, attention now turns to the intricacies of Apple’s new cloud music service. According to the LA Times the service, dubbed iCloud, will initially be free to entice early adapters, but will be supported by a subscription fee after this trial period.
Google's long awaited music service, Google Music Beta, was given a limited launch today at Google's I/O conference in San Francisco, but with Amazon's Cloud Player already launched and iTunes poised to begin music streaming it is too little too late?