MySpace co-founder considering portable music device
In an interview the other day, MySpace co-founder and CEO Chris DeWolfe said that he could see MySpace developing and launching a “device for listening to music” in the future, but that they’re currently just focusing on the two-month old MySpace Music.
For those of you with short memories, MySpace Music is a download store built in conjunction with major labels and Amazon MP3. Building its own MP3 player which ties in to that service, and potentially allows users to stream tracks over wireless, would be an obvious next step for the social networking company. Especially if it starts offering Slacker-like features.
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