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Sep 11 2005
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A Marriage Made in Heaven?
Having waited and waited to upgrade my cellphone technology and music listening experience, I read with considerable interest the hot rumors about the pending product launch of a new Motorola cellphone that comes loaded with iTunes software.

With 2.5G and 3G wireless networks on the horizon, downloading full songs wirelessly will soon be a routine experience. So I wonder, will the flight attendant allow me to operate this phone between take-off and landing? What about if I want to take a run �� will this new fangled phone/music player be light-enough so as not to weigh me down (got plenty that already weighs me down)? Will colleagues or clients now be able to reach me even when I am running? What about battery life �� will playing songs on my cellphone mean taking the risk that I might miss a call because I��ve sucked all the life out of the battery? And what about all the great rich local content that will soon be available to me on my ��next�� cellphone or PDA �� will I be trading useful content for music? I think I��ll play that game that millions of consumers and business owners learned many years ago - ��hide and seek�� - or is it ��wait and see?��
 
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posted by   Greg Aug 30 2005 at 12:39
What will be interesting is to see whether this points the way to a better wireless user experience that has implications beyond the marriage of music and phone.
 




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