Samsung acquires mSpot | Users to experience videos, music and radio services
Samsung acquires mSpot, a cloud based mobile service that will allow Samsung device users to experience videos, music and radio services.
Samsung Electronics on Wednesday announced it is buying mSpot to take advantage of the Silicon Valley company’s prowess at streaming music and films to smartphones or tablet computers.
“MSpot shares our vision to bring a best-in-class cloud and streaming entertainment experience to consumers and they’ve backed it up with great technical solutions,” said Samsung media solution center senior vice president TJ Kang.
Samsung said it will pre-install mSpot music, video and radio services in new mobile devices.
“With our combined resources, we are looking forward to redefining media consumption across the mobile universe with cloud services,” said mSpot chief executive Daren Tsui.
The company faces heavyweight competition from Google and Amazon.com, which have each offer online music storage and streaming services
Hope this service will be used by Samsung to have its say Loud and clear in the Smartphone Industry.