Google is expected to announce its new Google Music Store, at a special event being held later today, and it would appear that Google may have managed to get the record companies to agree deals with them at the last minute.
According to a recent report by the WSJ, Google has signed deals with Sony Music Entertainment, EMI and Universal Music Group, which would see the Google Music Store launch with a wide range of music.
Google is expected to sell individual songs for around $1.00 from its Music Store, and the service is also expected to come with some sort of integration with Google+ that will let you share you music with your friends, although there are no details as yet on exactly how this will work.
We should have some more details later today when the Google Music Store is officially announced.
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