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Google considers acquiring Napster

In its project to enter the digital music business, everything indicates that Google is considering allying with Napster. In fact, a possible purchase of the company is not even ruled out.

Update

Google has denied its possible acquisition of Napster and has also stated that it has no plans to open an online music store.

In its project to enter the digital music business, everything indicates that Google is considering allying with Napster. In fact, a possible purchase of the company is not even ruled out.

Given the rumors that appeared in the American press, a Google spokesperson stated that the company has no intention of creating its own service, but did not want to comment on the possibility of an alliance with an existing company.

If this interest is confirmed, Google would opt for a subscription service contrary to the individual download model used by iTunes.

Source: Mac Daily News

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