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July 08, 2005

France Telecom Launches Music Services

Advanced Television: Some interesting services being launched by ISP/telco France Telecom in France, linked to its ADSL service and "Livebox" ADSL modem. The new services include "Livemusic", which comprises a small receiver linked to the Livebox by a wi-fi link, which plays music stored on the user's PC or streamed via the Internet on your hi-fi system.
Another service is photo transfer. The aim is to make the Livebox into the multimedia hub of the home. Finally, Livecom is a full communications software, including VOIP, videophone, 3G, SMS, MMS etc.
Also read: "France Telecom outlines future strategy"

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