The all-powerful Google is not content with merely dominating the world's supply of information; it wants music, too. According to Wired, Google will wage another invective against Apple (the first was the Android) with its "plans for a download store and a digital song locker."
This is great news for everyone who downloaded the latest version of iTunes, but confusing still. Will Google try to buy every music label out from under Apple? Will the two tech giants share music-selling rights? Can they?
Google's first mp3 library is expected sometime around Christmas 2010. Hopefully, it will give Apple a good run for their money and scare them into developing a version of iTunes not markedly worse than the last.