Research In Motion (RIM) Launches FUEL Music Service

Latest technology news, Research In Motion (RIM) has continued to perform its services for returning inovation on gaining market share began to Dim. Innovation is not just improved features on the device or devices, but also providing new services.

RIM launches music service, FUEL, FUEL or FUEL Service Music Music Service is a social media service that allows users to share, find, play and add their music collection with friends in Blackberry Messenger.

Users can create music services to FUEL personal music profile with their favorite songs, 50. Users can also change the track up to 25 songs per month. Users can choose music from a catalog of songs from the world's leading music company, which has been working with RIM, such as Sony Music Enthertainment, Universital Music Group, Cafe Music Group and EMI.

FUEL music service also allows users to listen to a song full of pros their friends, the music can also be saved to your smartphone to listen when offline. This is useful when users want to listen to the song when it didn't have the data network.

According to Mobile News, to provide this service in collaboration with Omnifone'S RIM. The music service provider Omnifone is cloud, which is able to provide content management, hosting and music-based reporting functionality that is on the technology of Omnifone.

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Mike Lazaridis is President and CO-CEO of RIM said: "more than 45 million customers already love the benefits of social communication through FUEL and we're excited to expand our service to experience unique music social and interactive."

A closed beta test and from the service is done today in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States. This service is expected to be available at the end of this year, users can enjoy music service this FUEL at a cost of $ 4.99 per month, but prices may vary depending on the country, and its availability will be announced in each country.

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