Archive | October, 2005

More on Sprint’s Music Plans

In case you haven’t figured out the question from Friday, I put a post up over at Techdirt that should give you a clue. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Halloween Costumes, For Your Phone

Halloween Costumes, For Your Phone

Happy Halloween. To make sure your phone doesn’t feel left out on this spookiest of all days, now you can get it its own costume (reg req’d, BugMeNot), part of a growing trend of dressing everyday objects in seasonal decorations. Available from sites like Fun Friends and AnniesCostumes.com, most of them are plush stuffed animals […]

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Sprint To Launch OTA Downloads Monday

MocoNews points to an article sayingSprint’s full-track download service will launch Monday. There’s two important points, really: – Dual delivery to both mobile phone and PC – $2.50 per track. One of those will be a bigger determinant of its success (or failure) than the other. Any guesses as to which one? —–>Follow us on […]

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Carnival of the Mobilists

Rudy de Waele is hosting this week’s carnival over at m-trends.org. Plenty of great stuff this week, so check it out. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Music Phones A “New Front” In The War On Piracy

The British music industry says music phones pose a huge threat to them because they’ll let kids share music without their computers. It’s another silly argument — people that pirate music will do it over whatever medium’s available. If one of their friends can’t send a song to their phone over Bluetooth, they’ll get it […]

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