Hoping to Dial Into Cell Phones' Future
Read Robert G. Kaiser's story on how Finland's Nokia how to regain the lead by marketing mobile phones that play music and connect to the Internet.
"This (in case you missed it) is the year of music -- the cell phone as a sort of iPod, capable of downloading, saving and playing thousands of songs. 2006 will be the year of television on your mobile telephone. 2007 will be the year for games on the phone and the capability to play them against other phone users. 2008 will be the year of "my connected life," when the years-old dream of cell phones that are Internet terminals will finally become a widespread reality," Kaiser wrote.
By Scott Anderson |
July 26, 2005; 2:42 PM ET
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