Google has entered the music subscription business, launching its own service available now to users.Google Play Music: All Access will cost $9.99 a month, or $7.99 a month if users sign up by June 30. There’s also a free, 30-day trial available to explore.The service was announced during Google’s keynote at the I/O developers conference in San Francisco.For live updates from the keynote, scroll down to view:3:32 p.m.: Page wraps up the keynote. Thanks for joining us!3:29 p.m.: Page on encouraging more women to enter the technology field: “We have to start early, and make sure we’re getting more young women and girls excited about technology.” He adds having an all-male tech industry is a “really bad thing.”3:24 p.m.: Page on negativity related to technology: “People naturally are concerned about change, and not all change is good.” He adds that people who love tech may need to go to other areas “and help them improve and understand technology.” Page also says more mechanisms for experimentation are needed.3:18 p.m.: Page on the future of Android now that Oracle has taken over Java: “We’ve had a difficult relationship with Oracle,” he says. “Money is more important to them than having any collaboration.”3:14… Read full this story
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