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Microsoft aims to acquire Musiwave

Possible purchase suggests that Microsoft will continue a piecemeal approach to the consumer mobile market, rather than follow Apple's lead and build its own phone.

By November 12, 2007


Microsoft plans U.K. music-streaming service

Confirming a story in the Telegraph, a Microsoft representative tells CNET News that MSN is making a return to the music service business, at least in Britain.

By July 13, 2009


Could a Zune phone come with free music?

No wonder it's taking so long to get the Zune Marketplace ported over to Windows Mobile--Microsoft is apparently planning to let carriers to get involved in selling downloads over 3G.

By April 2, 2009


Job posting reveals Zune-Xbox integration

Microsoft is advertising for a user experience designer to work on, among other things, "Zune Xbox."

By December 18, 2008


Sony Ericsson to do first Windows phone

As part of an effort to boost its presence in North America, the handset maker is planning a family of Windows Mobile devices, starting with a business-oriented device due this summer.

By February 10, 2008


Napster, Ericsson join forces for mobile music

Combined elements of both companies' technologies will offer a catalog of digital music to mobile phone customers around the world.

By June 14, 2005


Anticopying fight mars mobile music

Carriers say fees for copy-protection standards are too high--and they're threatening to go elsewhere.

By May 5, 2005


A million songs heading to your phone

Musiwave says its has secured permission to offer full-song downloads from all four major music labels.

By December 21, 2004


Cell phones take iPod challenge

Backers say new mobile music services will be big in Europe but admit the United States could be a problem. Photos: Vodafone's 3G explosion

By November 12, 2004