cloud music

TJ Kang to join the CTO of Ford at Midem’s Visionary Monday

Friday, 1/18/2013, 11:22am

On behalf of mSpot Inc. and Samsung, TJ Kang will give a fireside chat at Midem, the yearly business event dedicated to the Music Industry. TJ will join Paul Mascarenas, CTO of Ford, and moderator, Olivia Solon, editor for Wired, on a talk: "Towards a Connected Life".

mSpot Music is closing on October 15, 2012

Wednesday, 9/19/2012, 9:52am

The mSpot music service will be closing on October 15. It is a difficult decision to shut down mSpot as so many users love it. Our new service, Music Hub, offers a more complete music experience. The service integrates all of your music in one place: your own music in the cloud using fast "scan-and-match" technology plus 100 GB of storage for “unmatched” songs, millions of catalog songs, radio discovery, and a music store. You can easily access all of your music wherever you go, and never need to switch between apps. The music never stops.

Next up? The Note II is the newest Samsung device to offer Music Hub…

Tuesday, 9/04/2012, 12:34pm

After tremendous success with Music Hub on the Galaxy SIII, we’re excited to tell you, Music Hub will soon be available on the newly launching Note II, available in European stores starting this October. The Note II, just announced at IFA 2012, is getting significant buzz:

“We put the device to the test today to see how those amped-up insides reflect in the Note II's benchmark scores. As you'll see below, Sammy's latest handset fares significantly better than the original Note and the Galaxy S III.” Check out the full Engadget review.

mSpot Selected to SXSW Music Conference

Friday, 1/20/2012, 8:58am

We're excited to let you know - mSpot will be hosting a panel for the SXSW Music Conference, titled: "Are Cloud Music Services the Same Old Song & Dance?" with a stellar line up of panelists from Pandora, Girlie Action, VentureBeat and Gartner Group. Has anything changed with new cloud music service models? We'll be going under the hood of the music industry to look at models, subscriber numbers, star charts, etc., to determine whether we’ve sweetened the deal enough to lure 98% of the market that’s still stealing music. Please join us for what's sure to be a heated debate!