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|Technology - Gadgets|
|Sunday, 29 July 2012 00:00|
It was a recurring rumor that Windows users could Phone 8 streaming music from files stored on your SkyDrive. However, the emulator filtering aims to be a separate service.
And it makes sense, since February is coming from saying that Microsoft is negotiating with record new streaming rights for Zune, which obviously would impact Xbox Music (already proving to beta testers on Xbox) and now Windows Phone 8, creating a hybrid system Spotify, which would have the stream, and Apple's iTunes, allowing the download of the songs.
And Nokia Music? Is the question that comes to mind to me, considering that complies with (part of) the description of Xbox Music for Windows Phone 8, but exclusively for the range Lumia . I guess not generalize the Xbox Music service, otherwise what would happen and with Bing Maps, which will be replaced by Nokia maps .
Picture: Plaffo .