Phone makers keep their lines busy

Motorola brings phalanx of phones to the fore, including BlackBerry rival. Also: Wireless music services take cue from iTunes.

CNET News staff
Motorola brings a phalanx of phones to the fore, including a BlackBerry rival, the Ojo video system and the Rokr music phone. Also: Wireless music services take a cue from iTunes.

Motorola touts Yahoo deal, new handsets

Company is adding new products and services so that consumers can access more Internet-based services and content.
July 26, 2005

Digital music is going mobile

While the iTunes phone plays a waiting game, cell phone networks are building their own download stores.
July 26, 2005

Motorola unveils keyboard phone, sunglasses

Cell phone maker shows off new line of products, but there's still no sign of iTunes phone.
July 25, 2005

Photos: New shades of wireless

photos Motorola debuts a thin phone with a QWERTY keyboard and sunglasses that offer hands-free connectivity.
July 25, 2005

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Reading phone text one word at a time

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