TechFast: Google Music, Sony’s Tablet, Obama Talking Tech in San Fran

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Good morning! Here are some of today’s top tech links so far. We’ll cover a few of these throughout the day but feel free to get a head start.

Google will launch iTunes music store competitor with upgrade to Android

Link: The Guardian

While talking about his company’s upcoming Android tablet, a Motorola exec let slip that the device will work with Google’s music service. But Google doesn’t have a music service! But it will, according to Motorola.

Steve Jobs, Eric Schmidt and Mark Zuckerberg to Meet With President Obama Thursday in San Francisco

Link: ABC News

Obama is apparently set to meet with an A-list of tech leaders to discuss innovation, research and development, education and clean energy.

Exclusive: Sony ‘S1’ PlayStation tablet

Link: Engadget

Know who could probably make a cool looking tablet? Sony.

More Detail on Apple’s Plans For MobileMe: Think FaceBook, Foursquare & uStream [Exclusive]

Link: Cult of Mac

More details on the supposed revamp of Apple’s MobileMe service. If the rumors are legit, we’ll see a fair amount of social elements and media streaming.

Watson vs. the Humans, Night Three: GUI Defeats Human!

Link: TIME

I, for one, welcome our new computer overlord.

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