Amazon beat Google and Apple to the punch and launched its own streaming music service called Amazon Cloud Drive. The service will let you store music and digital files on Amazon’s servers and access them from any web-ready device. Five gigabytes of data will be offered for free, with an upgrade to twenty gigabytes if you purchase an MP3 album. Read the full article at CNN.com
Amazon Releases Cloud Drive Service
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