The question is: WWAD? or What will Apple do? There have been many rumors over the last year, especially with the new data center in North Carolina.

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We may be moving closer to the reality that Julie Andrews sang about when she crooned: “The hills are alive, with the sound of music.”

At least that’s if Amazon’s new Cloud Drive delivers on the promise to enable consumers to store music remotely in the cloud and access it wherever they go.

Amazon may be the first major company to launch a cloud-based music service, but Apple and Google may not be far behind.

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