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Thursday, October 16, 2003
 


The Reg thinks the Sony Music-Intel alliance is a big deal.

"The deal the two firms announced will see the two co-operate to bring Sony's content to Intel-based PDAs and cellphones. The pair will create applications that run on Intel's hardware yet leverages Sony's content".

"That processor is due mid-2004, and has been described by its maker as enabling an "Xbox in a phone" experience".

Umm. I don't think this is such a big deal - unless you're Motorola. But they've got bigger problems. This is just a simple tactic in line with Sony's larger strategy. And possibly an example of Sony Music trying to find it's place within that strategy.

And I take the hype about the chip with a big grain of salt.

-- umair // 4:02 PM //


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