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Motorola's iRadio beams music through your cell phone

Watch out, iPod and Sirius Radio; here comes Motorola. The company introduced a way to listen to music from your personal collection or commercial-free Internet radio through your cell phone. You can play it on a variety of devices on your phone, in your car or on your home stereo and transition from one to the other without having to set up multiple systems. WTN's Mike Klein traveled to Arizona......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 02/21/05


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