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iTunes on the goMusic
Cingular is expected to announce next week a new phone that is made by Motorola that uses iTunes, according to The Financial Times.

This effectively lets you have a wireless iPod, with the ability to purchase and download songs from anywhere. Much of the features are still speculation, since there hasn't been an official release yet, but Apple is hosting a big, secretive "major music-news related event" on Sept. 7th, and this is likely the reason.

(Also in the Apple Rumor Mill: iPods with video capabilities, and iPod Shuffles with larger capacity are coming soon)

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    Posted by: dave on Aug 30th, 2005 | 03:36pm

    itunes on the go, huh? a wireless ipod, huh?

    sounds like a fucking ipod. click clcikcclicklciklcikclcickclick-wheel. i told you i wanted a bigger ipod.

    • Kind of...
      Posted by: niraj on Aug 30th, 2005 | 03:42pm

      Well, it is actually closer to a cell phone than an iPod, since I'm sure capacity will be pretty limited. Alternatively you could see it as an iPod that lets you make phone calls and also download songs from anywhere (through iTunes).

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