Archive | March, 2005

Orange UK Refines Music Strategy

Orange UK has launched a new music service as well as three “Great for Music” handsets as part of its strategy to make a splash in mobile music. “Find Music” aims “to help people buy, receive, listen and even interact with music in much more spontaneous and exciting ways,” the company says. Orange will sponsor […]

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Roxio To Retail Xingtone

Roxio, the maker of popular CD-burning software, says it will distribute Xingtone’s DIY ringtone software at retail outlets. Xingtone lets users take audio files on their computers and turn them into ringtones — functionality record labels are beginning to include on CDs as well. DIY ringtone software and services could put a dent in ringtone […]

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Carnival of the Capitalists – Part 2

Welcome back to this experimental format for Carnival of the Capitalists. If you missed Part 1, click here for a series of great posts from around the Blogosphere. I broke with tradition somewhat and posted this week’s Carnival of the Capitalists in two parts. My reasoning was that with more than 50 posts, I suspect […]

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Ogo Goes

Ogo Goes

Back in September I greeted the launch of AT&T’s Ogo with derision. Why would anyone want a text only mobile device, when most usage of mobiles is voice calls – not to mention most of the revenue? The press releases talked about tongue-tied teen boys being the target, which sounded like wishful thinking. Well, it […]

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Hedgehog Ringtones

Hedgehog Ringtones

First “moantones,” now “groantones.” Porn star Ron Jeremy is getting into mobile content, Ringtonia says. In addition to porn, he’ll be selling ringtones and all kinds of other stuff you’d be embarrassed to show in public. At least he’s got a cool icon, though. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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