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Digital music players may find home in mobile phones

As MP3s become increasingly popular, wireless equipment makers and software companies are rushing to create new mobile devices on which consumers can listen to music.

 

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As MP3s become increasingly popular, wireless equipment makers and software companies are rushing to create new mobile devices on which consumers can listen to music.

 


MP3s are wireless phone firms' next goal
Wireless equipment makers are rushing to create cell phones that can play MP3 music files, hoping to have them ready by the end of this year.

Compaq CEO plans MP3 players, snubs Napster
Compaq Computer plans to jump into the market for MP3 players, although CEO Michael Capellas is adamantly opposed to Napster, the free MP3 sharing software.

Yahoo mulling Myplay investment, acquisition
update The Internet giant may agree to an investment or outright buyout of the digital music storage company as early as this week, sources tell CNET News.com.