Microsoft is planning to unveil a new music service at the E3 Gaming Expo in June, a new report claims.
The offering, currently codenamed "Woodstock," will take on the Xbox branding, and allow people to stream music to Windows 8, Android, iOS, and the Xbox, according to The Verge, citing sources. The tech blog says the offering will "integrate deeply with Facebook" and not require any browser plug-ins to work.
CNET initially reported on Microsoft's plans to launch a new music service back in February. At that time, Microsoft's negotiations with music labels were … Read more