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July 27, 2005

Motorola Adds Yahoo Content

MotorolaChicago Tribune: Yesterday, Motorola announced a partnership with Yahoo that will give wireless phone users quicker and easier access to Yahoo's popular Internet services...Starting in 2006, the full suite of Yahoo's core products and services will be directly available on Motorola's Linux-based mobile phones, as well as on some Motorola broadband products... Customers of Motorola's iRadio (still in testing stages) will also be able to get Yahoo services. From what I gathered at Demo's website, iRadio is a podcast-like service for mobile phones that delivers your music - plus hundreds of channels of commercial free audio, to your mobile phone and your car radio. This unique approach blends the best of the downloadable MP3 and satellite radio models and demonstrates the role the mobile phone can play as a “remote control” for your media...Also, during the press conference, Motorola gave analysts some insight into how the company intends to improve its operating profit margin by revamping its supply chain - squeezing out excess costs and inefficiencies...

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