We’re not going to spend much time on this one because it’s only barely about music. But if you have an Android and you wish you had something like Apple iCloud that could back up your phone in case of emergency or absent-mindedness, well, now you have it.
The next version of iTunes — 10.5.1 — drops today, and with it the fabled iTunes Match, which lets you listen to music not purchased via iTunes across any of your devices.
Everyone and their mama launched a music storage locker/cloud service at some point over the last few months — Amazon dropped Cloud Drive, Apple launched iCloud and Google busted out with Music Beta. Now, you can get a mashup of two of the aforementioned music services with a new third-party application that lets Music Beta users get all their tunes on their iPhones: gMusic.