A month after MySpace absorbed Imeem, it's allowing Imeem users to restore their playlists on MySpace Music.
When MySpace acquired iLike, it left the service basically intact. Not so with Imeem.
MySpace is in talks to acquire Imeem, a music service that is once again running low on cash, multiple sources say.
CNET's Donald Bell offers his hands-on impressions of the Imeem Mobile streaming music application for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.
Take a closer look at the Imeem Mobile app for iPhone, which allows users to stream, purchase, e-mail, and browse music on-the-go.
MySpace will pay about $8 million for the music-focused social network. What this means is the number of places to obtain free music appears to be shrinking.
iMeem provided some incorrect financial costs of its new fee structure.
As competition heats up, iMeem and other digital music services looks for ways to generate more cash.
A 25 percent cut at the social-music site, rumored to be hunting for a buyer, affects staffers in "finance, marketing, communications, product, technical operations."
Warner Music takes $33 million write-down, most of it on minority stakes it took in Imeem and Lala. Label is also disappointed with MySpace Music's performance.