Wired PR News.com – In recent years, MySpace has quickly grown into becoming one of the highest ranked social networking sites utilized by people of all ages. As stated in a recent report from Reuters, the popular network may one day develop a digital music player that could rival the iPod, a digital device created by Apple Inc. that currently holds the number one position on the market for products of its type.
At a recent conference in San Francisco, MySpace Chief Executive, Chris DeWolfe, remarked that short-term plans for developing such a product was not in the works, however there was a possibility of future development.
MySpace recently launched a music site, collaborating with several major music labels on the project. The venture provides users access to a wide range of music and related items online. Many have compared the site offerings to those provided by iTunes, however, the two are stated to not currently be in strong competition due to Apple’s focus on sales of digital devices and related products. However, things may change if MySpace makes the decision to create their own device.