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Google has begun testing Google Music internally, a sign that the much anticipated service is nearly ready to launch.

Technologically speaking, then, Google Music--a streaming service users would access from Web-connected devices--appears close to being ready. However, the sources said the actual launch is being held up by the lack of one vital component. Music.

Google managers told counterparts at the top four record companies last year that they hoped everything would be in place for a launch by late 2010, sources said. More recently, Google tentatively planned to demonstrate the service earlier this month at the South by Southwest conference.
 

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This is in beta now, appears to only be availble to the US public from what my signon tells me.

http://music.google.com/

"We're sorry. Music Beta is currently only available in the United States"

Seems like an intereting idea. There were details on cnet this week. 20,000 song upload limit, AAC and MP3 files. It would be nice to xbox/playstation support somehow.
 
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