Sony Announce Music Unlimited – Music Streaming Service

Sony has announced Music Unlimited. Music Unlimited is a music streaming service that allows users to stream music to various devices.

The service gives access to millions of tracks on the internet and has been designed to work on Sony’s existing products. It allows users to listen to music wherever they are all based around the cloud so that everything is always available wherever you are.

Music files are stored on Sony’s servers which the company says it prevents the need to download and stream music from your own devices.

Sony also says the technology will work on all “future” Sony music players, plus, of course, there’ll be a standalone app for regular PCs. It’ll be operational on “2010 models of network-enabled BRAVIA TVs, Blu-ray Disc players, Blu-ray Home Theater systems” by the end of the year. There’s going to be a fee. That’s not been announced. It spoils the excitement when people mention money.

It sounds quite interesting although the streaming world is getting quite competitive, so it isn’t known just yet how Sony will do.

Via: Gizmodo

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