We already know that, Google is holding an event on 2nd February for an in-depth look at Honeycomb, Android ecosystem news and hands-on demos of the latest Honeycomb tablets at the Google headquarters. According to AndroidAndMe, Google is rumored to launch its web-based Android Market and Google Music tomorrow at the same event.
Last year, Google showed off the web-based Android Market and Google Music at the Google I/O 2010. The web-based Android Market will allow you to browse different apps so that you can easily install it on your Android smartphones. You can even choose to push it to your Android device.
On the other hand, Google Music is a cloud-based music backup and streaming service. Google Music will allow you to upload your music collections to Google’s servers and then synchronize them with any mobile device.
According to BusinessWeek, Andy Rubin took over the leadership of Google’s digital music project and developed the Google Music service. This service rumored to be completed and might be launched tomorrow at the Android 3.0 Honeycomb event.