HTC apparently isn’t the only company interested in starting up a new music service. We have heard that Microsoft is planning on significantly revamping its music service offering this year, replacing the Zune branding with Xbox Live branding. A report at CNET appears to confirm that Microsoft is indeed in talks with music labels to alter its current agreements to support the new service.
The plan is apparently to use the Xbox Live branding across Xbox, Windows Phone, and Windows on the desktop. That branding shift is currently slated to happen some time this summer. Later, Microsoft intends to re-launch the music service as a simpler, easier to understand, and better integrated offering that is described as very similar to Spotify. It…
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