If you were not a part of the opening day rush, Amazon.com expanded their services to include the Amazon Cloud Drive. While this service is not new to the Internet, many will think it is another DropBox service, and you couldn’t be more wrong. It is another Ubuntu One service like I discussed in my first article.
Record label executives now plan to bring Amazon to court about allowing their users to stream music over the Internet as Amazon does not have the license to stream music. Ubuntu avoid this issue by partnering with 7digital.com who does have a license to both sell and stream MP3s. This is one time when Amazon may have rushed a project to market too fast, and they will ending up paying dearly for it. I hope beating Google to second place was worth it.
Source: Tom’s Hardware