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  • mSpot Now Brings Your iTunes Music To The Cloud And Android Phones

    mSpot Now Brings Your iTunes Music To The Cloud And Android Phones

    Mobile entertainment startup mSpot is debuting a free music cloud service today that allows you to sync your entire music collection across Android phones and PCs/Macs. You can upload your music into the mSpot Cloud, which is still in private beta, and then can listen to it from your browser and Android phones almost immediately. We have 500 invites for TechCrunch readers. You can sign up hereRead More

  • mSpot's Mobile Movie Streaming Service Expands To The Web

    mSpot's Mobile Movie Streaming Service Expands To The Web

    Mobile entertainment startup mSpot is extending its Mobile Movies site, which will let users stream full-length movies on their mobile phones, on the web, so you can enjoy mSpot's online streaming movie service on your computer. mSpot has struck deals with Paramount, Universal, Image Entertainment, and Screen Media Ventures to stream full-length movie rentals to users’ PCs and cell phones… Read More

  • mSpot Launches Web-Based Mobile Movie Streaming Service

    mSpot Launches Web-Based Mobile Movie Streaming Service

    Mobile entertainment startup mSpot is launching its Mobile Movies site, which will let users stream full-length movies on their mobile phones. Movies will be available on 30 different smart phones, including the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices and via all four major U.S. carriers. To access mSpot Mobile Movies, users can go to mSpot's mobile site on their phone, and use a… Read More

  • mSpot breaks the 4 mill subscriber mark

    mSpot breaks the 4 mill subscriber mark

    Mobile entertainment company mSpot announced that it has more than four million subscribers. That’s a lot of people downloading media to their mobile phones. mSpot CEO Daren Tsui, says: “These numbers are a clear and overwhelming sign that consumers want to do more with their phones than just make calls and send text messages – they want entertainment too. mSpot’s ability… Read More