Samsung acquired streaming specialist mSpot mass media
Samsung acquired streaming specialist mSpot, an application to be highlighted in future devices
Samsung has acquired streaming specialist mSpot- the music service in the cloud on their mobile. And is planning to integrate it in the future, mSpot allows users of IOS and Android play and listen to your music collection wherever you are. Samsung sees the acquisition as a way to provide a range of cloud-based entertainment in their devices, and also says he will allow mSpot-extended-reach even more users. Still no details of the agreement have been published, however, the acquisition includes all the technology, personnel and other assets owned by mSpot .
mSpot Chief Executive Officer Daren Tsui said:
“Samsung is unparalleled in terms of global reach and cutting edge devices; with our combined resources, we are looking forward to redefining media consumption across the mobile universe with cloud services,”
For its part, says he believes mSpot, along with Samsung will be able to “redefine the consumption of media via the mobile universe.” It seems very likely that mSpot technology is integrated into Samsung’s Music Hub, along with the Service Scan-and-Match announced along with the Galaxy S III.
“mSpot shares our vision to bring a best-in-class cloud and streaming entertainment experience to consumers, and they’ve backed it up with innovative technical solutions from a great engineering team”
One thing not clear is whether mSpot applications for other manufacturer’s and operating systems will continue or not, although as with Flip board , no exclusivity seems likely to remain in Android.
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SOURCE: SAMSUNG (BusinessW ire)