Apple seems to be getting close to placing both a cloud-music service with the licensing blessing of the main record labels.
In the prior statement, it was said that Warner Music Group and EMI Music has signed on with reports of Apple plans to store customers’ music files on its servers. Bloomberg is reporting that Sony Music has added its name to the play list. The involvement of Sony, which lists Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, and Foo Fighters among its featured recording artists, would leave merely Universal Music Group as the lone holdout, but sources said that the . . . → Read More: Sony Music Closes Deal with Apple for Cloud-Music Service