SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8 (UPI) -- There is a possibility the social networking Web site MySpace may one day have its own MP3 player, a top executive with the company said in San Francisco.
MySpace Chief Executive Officer Chris DeWolfe said during the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco that the online group could soon branch out into portable media players as part of its growing interest in the music industry, The Daily Telegraph reported Saturday.
"It's possible," DeWolfe said when asked about such a MySpace product release.
MySpace has already begun offering a music service in which its clients can buy and share songs, the British newspaper reported.
Meanwhile, the founder of rival social networking site Facebook detailed his plan for his online company.
"Growth is our top priority," Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said. "The challenge that we have is to bring people along the whole path, first bring people along to Facebook, and make people comfortable with sharing online. We got people through this really big hurdle of wanting people to put up their full name, picture -- their mobile phone number in many cases."