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Motorola inks a deal with iTunes

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 27 Jul 2004 12:52

Motorola inks a deal with iTunes Motorola, the world's second largest mobile phone manufacturer, has signed a deal with Apple to deliver iTunea compatibility to cell phones.
Under the terms of the deal, Apple will develop a new version of its iTunes player for mobile phones and Motorola will bundle that application to its next generation phones. Users will also be able to transfer files from PC or Mac iTunes to their phones and vice versa -- and the DRM scheme used in iTunes music store is supported by the phone player as well, so all tracks purchased via the music store will be playable on Motorola's new phones as well. Tracks can be transferred over specific connection cable or over standard Bluetooth connections.

Source: VNUNet

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