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Google sell video and take on iTunes Music Store?

Ryan Block
January 5, 2006
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We've only got until tomorrow to find out what the real deal is with Larry Page's more or less expected keynote here at CES, but the rumor mill's been a-churnin' over desirabilities possibilities. The Google PC thing came and went, officially rebuked by Google themselves, but latest on the chopping block is that G will be announcing a pay-per-download video service to take on Apple's now-misnamed iTunes Music Store (with video, as we like to say). Ars is reporting that they've lined up content partnerships with CBS and the NBA, and they may be distributing video content via RealPlayer, but it's all whistles to us until the man himself gets on stage and tells us what's what.

[Thanks, Dave]



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