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Short Take: Sega to develop games for Motorola phones

Sega will develop games for Motorola's next-generation cell phones, according to an initial agreement announced Wednesday. This marks the first time Sega games will be available on wireless phones. The games are designed for Motorola's new handsets, which will have mobile computing capabilities that allow people to load applications. The phones are expected to be available in the first half of 2001 through iDEN network operators including Nextel Communications and Southern Linc in the United States and Clearnet Communications in Canada. The first of the phones, which have high-resolution displays and graphics capabilities, will ship with one pre-installed Sega game, "Borkov."

Sega will develop games for Motorola's next-generation cell phones, according to an initial agreement announced Wednesday. This marks the first time Sega games will be available on wireless phones. The games are designed for Motorola's new handsets, which will have mobile computing capabilities that allow people to load applications. The phones are expected to be available in the first half of 2001 through iDEN network operators including Nextel Communications and Southern Linc in the United States and Clearnet Communications in Canada. The first of the phones, which have high-resolution displays and graphics capabilities, will ship with one pre-installed Sega game, "Borkov."