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Cingular iTunes cell phone
Cingular Wireless, the No. 1 U.S. mobile service, is considering selling a Motorola's iTunes cell phone. Sources said that Motorola and Apple have been talking to Cingular about it using the iTunes phone, while one analyst has said that Apple and Cingular were working out final details on revenue sharing, according to Reuters: "Apple and Motorola said last summer they were working on bringing the popular iTunes service to mobile phones but Motorola has delayed unveiling its iTunes device so far amid analyst speculation about a lack of interest from operators. Music and wireless companies are betting that mobile phones equipped with digital music players will be a key source of growth in the next few years." Meanwhile, Motorola said the company is on schedule to ship an iTunes phone in the third quarter.
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