SAN DIEGO, Dec. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The thousands and thousands of people who were lucky enough to unwrap a new Nintendo Wii this holiday season can now play all their digital music through the gaming device with new technology from MP3tunes -- http://www.mp3tunes.com. Developed by Rodney Powers for MP3tunes, owners of the Wii can now use the device's controller to wirelessly stream their personal music collections from their own Music Lockers. Music stored in MP3tunes Music Lockers can also be played on the Sony PlayStation 3, Windows Mobile devices, a variety of Internet radios and more, thanks to the MP3tunes open API (Application Programming Interface). "The Wii is the latest popular gaming device that, with MP3tunes' technology, actually becomes a home stereo system," commented Michael Robertson, CEO of MP3tunes. "Consumers shouldn't be limited in where or how they enjoy their personal music collections, and we will continue to announce new ways MP3tunes is fulfilling its vision of giving people access to all of their music, anywhere they go." For more details and set-up instructions for the Wii, PS3 and other devices, visit http://www.mp3tunes.com/wii. To sign-up for a free MP3tunes Music Locker visit http://www.mp3tunes.com/signup. MP3tunes is offering free playlists to sideload to the Music Locker for immediate access on the Wii and other devices. "To demonstrate how simple it is to add playlists to a Locker, we've created, in partnership with CDBaby, a terrific New Year's Eve music set for our customers," commented Emily Richards, President of MP3tunes. "With just one click, this New Year's playlist is sideloaded to your Music Locker for access on dozens of devices -- with no listening limits." Sideload the playlist to your MP3tunes Locker at http://www.mp3tunes.com/ . About MP3tunes: MP3tunes is a Music Service Provider (MSP) with a digital Music Locker delivering online storage and unlimited listening, coupled with specialized applications for streaming optimization. MP3tunes gives users a simple and secure way to sync personal music collections to a private and secure online Music Locker and listen through any web browser, along with a growing number of cutting-edge home entertainment and mobile devices, including the Nintendo Wii and Sony PlayStation 3, via its open Music API (Application Programming Interface). The company was started in 2005 by Michael Robertson, the original founder of MP3.com. For more information, please visit http://www.mp3tunes.com.