Sony sees an opportunity to bring music back into the living room. So now Sony plans to increase its role as a top television and video game console manufacturer, as they promote a new music-streaming service in U.S.

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The new music-streaming service with the unwieldy name of Music Unlimited was powered by Qriocity. Like Napster, Rhapsody, MOG and Rdio, Sony's on-demand streaming plan costs $10 a month.

Qriocity's Music Unlimited offers Web-based streaming and is accessible from any computer. But a feature that lets users synchronize their downloaded music library so those songs are readily available won't work at first on the Mac.

Qriocity also offers a $4 monthly basic subscription for what's essentially an internet radio service. By contrast, popular internet radio service Pandora is free, although it offers an upgraded version for $3 per month that contains no ads.

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