Apple seems to be in the final stages of licensing the necessary music in order to launch their own streaming Internet radio service, iRadio (because what else would they call it). In their tireless mission to monopolize the music industry, Apple had already acquired two of the major three labels, Warner Music Group, and Universal Music Group, to join their cause. The tech giant has apparently just finished signing agreements with the third, Sony Music Entertainment’s publishing division Sony/ATV, and an announcement for this new streaming service appears to be coming very soon.
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