To the uninitiate Google has recently announced that they will be creating an online music market/storage platform for users to buy music and store their already purchased music. Details on the exact workings of this new service are light, however early previews appear to be positive.
Read the multitude of (p)reviews of the service if you are interested. Frankly, I am not. I lost interest a couple of minutes after trying use the service. Since I wasn't located in the grand ol' US of A, I was blocked from even registering.
I know there are services, such as Spotify, which are not available in the States, and it isn't as though the rest of the world is bereft of innovation (see for example Creative Technology which was started in Singapore), but when one of the world's largest technology companies, creating a potentially game changing product decides to leave most of the world in the dark, one is left questioning their motivation.