Google takes its mission of organizing the world’s information and making it universally accessible and useful really seriously. But music’s one great big area of information that it hasn’t done much to organize to date. That might be about to change: TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington is reporting that the company is striking deals with the major labels and will soon launch a music service, possibly to be called Google Audio. And that’s about all he has to say–it’s not even clear whether the service would involve streaming, downloading, or both.
I have no guesses what it might involve, but we in the U.S. could sure use something akin to Spotify…