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Google Music release, expected for tomorrow.
Google Music will be presented in Los Angeles during a special event, called These go to eleven. The event seems related/sponsored by T-Mobile, as Engadget told us few days ago.
The deal with T-Mobile consists on the possibility to directly bill purchased tracks. Exclusive content will also be available for T-Mobile customers for free.
A Cold War, which will put the spotlight on the "music" capabilities of social networks, (aka Google+ and Facebook).
Facebook role on Music Provider is to act as broker of music streaming services. At the moment, on the country I live now (France), we have:
I expect, on next weeks/months, to see:
Google Music is avaliable as closed beta, accessible via invites. The number of available songs is still limited. Google partners with Universal, EMI, Sony Music, 23 independent labels on Google Music, scores exclusive content
Universal closed the Google Music deal just before tomorrow's event.
Google Music has been presented and delivered to all US users.
It is also possible to gain access from everywhere using proxies or using Tor technology.
A small detail... I had Google Music invites an I joined and I had no problems accessing to web interface. Maybe the choice of english language for the UI enabled someway the access for non US users.
I am not able to access Android Market, so I have no direct experience of it.