MP3.com Gets WAPpy

Share this article:
MP3.com debuted a new service yesterday that will give its users the ability to listen to downloaded song libraries from Internet-enabled wireless devices.


MP3.com tapped FusionOne -- which allows Web content to be heard through Web-enabled cell phones and other portable communications devices -- for the back-end technology to deliver the service. FusionOne's solutions allow a song that is downloaded to a personal computer to be available on a user's personal digital assistant.


Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.
Share this article:
You must be a registered member of Direct Marketing News to post a comment.
close

Next Article in Digital Marketing

Follow us on Twitter @dmnews

Latest Jobs:

Featured Listings

More in Digital Marketing

Video's Going Programmatic, New Study Contends

Video's Going Programmatic, New Study Contends

Some 60% of brands now buy online video programmatically, according to a study from AOL's Adap.TV.

Dollar Growth Rate of Video to Peak This Year

Dollar Growth Rate of Video to Peak This ...

It will increase by 56% to $6 billion, then taper off due to growth in inexpensive mobile placements, says a new study.

Alliance Data Spends $2.3 Billion to Buy Conversant

Alliance Data Spends $2.3 Billion to Buy Conversant

CEO Ed Heffernan says the acquisition "bulks up" the digital marketing power of Alliance and its Epsilon and Loyalty One units.