Website Your Music Today has this explanation of how Google's new service, Music Beta, works.
Despite some of the criticism it has received, it seems to me like this idea would be a great compliment to existing services to better enjoy your tunes. The concept is pretty straightforward: provide an online locker that allows users to store and access their music wherever they are, on whatever device.
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