Microsoft wants to buy Winamp

Yesterday we published AOL's decision to stop the development and release of the application Winamp. The application will officially stop at 20 December 2013, but as it turns out the media player is very dear to end so ghastly.

Microsoft is reportedly interested in acquiring AOL media player and Shoutcast service. There is not yet a formal confirmation from Redmond, but as stated by the author TechCrunch, citing anonymous sources, that Microsoft and AOL are already in communication.
A possible agreement that could be announced on 20 December, the date on which Winamp's retirement is announced. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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