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Firm could be hoping to add it to new tablets and smartphones

HP buys music streaming service

Fresh from its acquisition of Palm, HP has splashed the cash on another mobile company, Melodeo.

The firm is best known for its nuTsie service, which lets people listen to their iTunes libraries from various devices, including smartphones.

The big question is what HP plans to do with this, now that it owns Palm, and is planning to launch a series of connected tablet devices, as well as laptops and netbooks.

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