Apple finalizes Cloud Streaming deal with EMI, Still in talks with SONY and Universal
According to a report filed by CNET, Apple has completed a cloud-music streaming deal with record label EMI. Apple, Sony Music Entertainment and the Universal Music Group are working on agreements as well
Warner Music Group and Apple have already signed a cloud service agreement .
“Apple will finish behind Google and Amazon in the race to the cloud, but Apple now has the freedom to offer a range of features that rivals are prevented from rolling out because of the licensing restrictions,”
The cloud is the term used to describe when a person uses a third-party’s servers for computing instead of a local PC. One of the core features of a cloud music service is enabling consumers to store their songs on the companies’ servers. They can then access their libraries from Web-connected devices.