TechCrunch this morning has a guest post by MP3.com founder Michael Robertson on what Apple plans to do with Lala.com. Contrary to some predictions, Apple doesn’t plan to have a subscription based service according to Robertson. Instead, he sees Apple using Lala’s ability to upload music to the cloud, classify it, and then play music from a browser. Any browser including a smartphone browser….
What is of value is the personal music storage service which was an often overlooked component of Lala
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