“Google has spent a year trying to build a music service that could compete with Apple’s iTunes,” Peter Kafka reports for AllThingsD. “But those efforts seem to have stalled again.”
Kafka reports, ‘Google’s negotiations with the big music labels are ‘broken,’ says a source familiar with the search giant’s thinking: ‘There’s definitely a problem with the Google music conversations.'”
Another industry source says Google’s top executives are reconsidering their music plans altogether,” Kafka reports. “‘They’ve gone backwards,’ I’m told.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]