You may have heard a thing or two about Google’s music service, likely to be dubbed Google Music. The idea was discussed at I/O back in May, which expectations we would see something around September. Well, September is here, and we’ve really heard nothing new about Google Music, until now.
Reports are now coming in that sources are revealing that Google Music may be landing sometime around Christmas. Sources are also revealing that Google is planning to launch the service along with Android 3.0. There’s only one catch, it seems that Google Music, being spearheaded by Andy Rubin himself, is having zero luck in signing deals with any major record labels.
Music is not the only area where Google is reportedly having difficulty getting content providers to come on board. There have been numerous reports that they are having an equally difficult time swaying studios and networks to partner with them over Google TV. One thing is for certain, though, and that is Google had better hurry up and get some record labels on board, or they will be launching a shiny new music service with no music to be found.