07/03/2012, We’ve heard rumors over the past few months that HTC had bought MOG, and today the news surfaced that it has finally become official. HTC, through its subsidiary Beats Audio, has bought up MOG for $14 million. This number is a little surprising at first since MOG raised $33 million throughout its entire existence. The low number could be the result of Beats Audio splitting up MOG into two separate companies. […]
04/05/2012, A couple of weeks ago, there were rumors that HTC was either interested in acquiring MOG or it already has. Unfortunately both HTC and MOG have declined to comment on the issue, at least until now when Beats Electronics’ Jimmy Iovine revealed that his company was looking at trying their hand at the music subscription game. In a statement made to Businessweek:
03/26/2012, While MOG’s music subscription service might not be as large compared to the competition like Spotify, it certainly has the company beat as far as iPad apps are concerned. The company has quietly released their iPad app over the weekend ahead of their rival, Spotify, which basically allows iPad owners to stream music via MOG’s music library which at the moment amounts to about 14 million songs.
03/20/2012, HTC is certainly looking to distinguish themselves from the rest of the Android competition if the rumors are to be believed. It has been reported that HTC has bought MOG through its Beats Audio unit, and for those unfamiliar, MOG is one of the smaller music subscription services around that hasn’t really managed to take off ever since Spotify made its US debut last year.
08/30/2011, If you’ve been looking for a new way to get streaming music on your TV through the Boxee Box, you’re in luck. MOG has just announced the availability of the MOG app for Boxee Box users everywhere. For those not in the know, MOG’s highly-acclaimed music streaming service gives users the ability to stream high quality music from the internet. Currently available on mobile devices like the iPhone and Android […]
04/26/2011, MOG has just announced that they will be offering their highly rated Streaming Music Service on LG’s family of selected Blu-ray players and Home Theater systems, which will be made available via the new Smart TV platform. Once you have selected the MOG application, music lovers can look through millions of songs, choosing the tracks of their choice on demand, right from the comfort of your living room. According to […]
06/29/2010, MOG, launched its subscription-based online music service back in December 2009, for $4.99 a month customers can access 7.5 million songs. Today, MOG has announced its partnership with Roku, the affordable entertainment streaming set-top box that comes in 3 flavors: Roku SD, Roku HD and Roku HDXR (includes extended Wireless-N). Roku recently launched its cool new Netflix interface. Starting from this summer, Roku owners can subscribe to the basic MOG […]