Reports are that Microsoft will show off a new Xbox music service during E3 2012 called Woodstock. The plan is that Woodstock will replace the Zune brand that never quite caught on with consumers.
Woodstock will work with the Xbox 360, along with Windows 8, Android, iOS, and various web browsers. Users will be able to scan their music into the service and also build build playlists with friends on Facebook.
It is expected that Woodstock will launch in Fall 2012, right around the same time as Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.