“The folks at Amazon and Google must have been wringing their hands on Monday when Apple CEO Steve Jobs showed off a new service called iTunes Matc,” Mark Milian reports for CNN.
“That all-important ‘one more thing’ from Apple’s software presentation is part of the iCloud Web application and storage suite,” Milian reports. “It was a coup of sorts — and Apple’s win over competitors could be attributed to Jobs’ experience at Pixar Animation Studios, which he co-founded.”
Milian asks, “How did Apple pull off something Amazon and Google couldn’t, despite them launching cloud-music services first?”
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