Amazon made a bold move several weeks ago when it launched a online locker allowing users to store music in the cloud. It offered 5 gigabytes of free storage to entice users and tied the service to its MP3 store, but did not bother to get the permission of the major labels, who have been negotiating for the last year with Google and Apple to launch exactly this kind of service. Google quickly followed suit, rolling out its own music locker during the IO developer conference.
But the buzz this weekend has been about Apple, which has reportedly locked down deals with three of the four major labels. Read More