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What would I do if I had a flat data rate cost on my new EDGE smartphone? I"d use a version of last.fm/pandora for my mobile phone. This is how mobile phones could use the fact that they are internet enabled with equivalent speeds to some broadband networks to compete with proper MP3 players and satellite radio. Auto-discovery of music you like based on OTHER music you"ve liked is big/will be big. In an ideal world the apps would use the existing last.fm/pandora servers and have the same features of the Windows application. You would be able to buy/download tracks to your phone, and it would make money off of these music sales. This would also get around not being able to use last.fm/pandora in corporate settings. The hole in one would be negotiating a contract to develop this for last.fm or pandora as this could be a huge, huge market. But if that didn"t work out, developing competing software for the wireless market could still be a coup d"etat (but would require more work develo
Playing around with my new Nokia 6682 and last.fm at the same time.
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