Apple plans to rule the waves. The radio waves, that is, if there's substance to the swirling rumours suggesting the iPhone maker is in talks to create its own online radio service.
The idea, according to The Telegraph’s sources, would be to make a broadcast online radio service like Pandora that can be played on iPhone, iPad, iPod and Macs as well as Windows PCs – but not Android.
The radio service will use Apple’s iAds throughout when it launches, but don't expect to hear news during next week's announcement as talks have only just begun. One glitch: Apple's might have to set it lawyers on iRadio.com – interactive radio since 1995 (and doesn't look like it's been updated since).
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[Via The Telegraph]
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