MySpace's chief executive Chris DeWolfe has hinted that the company may move into the world of portable music players.
The social networking website relaunched its music service in September so that users could share and download songs.
Asked at a web development conference in San Francisco if they planned to release an music device for users to play their downloads, DeWolfe said “it's possible”.
Any move by MySpace would be seen as a direct bid to try and cut the dominance of current market leader, Apple.
Apple, whose MP3 players include the iPod Touch and recently redesigned iPod Shuffle, is still the most popular choice amongst consumers.