The number-one digital music-streaming service Rhapsody has announced that it is preparing itself for the big leap to expand its services to the big screens in the form of Smart TVs. It's music app will now be available on the Smart TVs made by Samsung, LG and Panasonic, confirmed Rhapsody. The company is following its own strategy to be everywhere where its customers listen to music, so that they can enjoy anytime and anywhere access to the music. Rhapsody claimed that the new technology has been specifically optimized for the customers' convenience, rich visual interface and fast playback supported by HD displays.
With Apple officially sharing the particulars of their new subscription plan of App Store, which lays the groundwork for Apple to get a 30 % cut from publishers who offer content material inside their apps, we were awaiting some response from content providers. Properly, one, Rhapsody, has lastly brave Apple's fury also issued a statement said Apple's new deal was "economically untenable." And even though it didn't menaced lawful action, it undoubtedly implied at it.
RealNetworks, Inc. (NDX: RNWK PowerRating ) announced today results for quarter four and economic year to Dec. 31, 2010.
"These results demonstrate the difficult work and discipline executives and employees have exercised over the last year in transforming RealNetworks," explains Bob Kimball, Real network CEO.