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Tuesday, February 24, 2004
Intel and Sony Music to offer music videos in PDA's


Intel and Sony Music Entertainment (SMEI) announced the availability of a new application and service as a result of the strategic relationship announced last October by the two companies.

Intel and SMEI have created a mobile high-quality music video application that enables users to access "short form" music videos and other Sony Music Entertainment content for playback on cellphones and PDAs powered by Intel applications and cellular processors.

The application and related support infrastructure will be available to carriers and OEMs worldwide in the second quarter on Intel processor-based cellphones running Microsoft® Windows Mobile Smartphone 2002 and 2003.


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