Sony plans to open a competitor to iTunes, a music streaming service called Music Unlimited, in Australia soon.
Another service launching later this year will enable mobile phone users to pay and play first generation PlayStation games on their handsets. The new Sony music service, which opened in Europe last year, will have a library of 6 million tracks and users will be able to stream songs to Sony TVs, PlayStation3 consoles, PSP portable game players and Blu-Ray players.
Two weeks ago Apple blocked Sony's electronic book application from the iPhone because it would have bypassed Apple's system for buying content.
The Age: http://www.theage.com.au/digital-life/mp3s/war-looms-as-sony-hints-that-it-will-abandon-itunes-20110210-1aonn.html