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The iPod phone – Pocket PC to iPod

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Well, it’s as close as you can get to an iPod phone… – here’s a video.

20 thoughts on “The iPod phone – Pocket PC to iPod

  1. Heh, I’m not surprised about Phil being quoted. I’d be more surprised if a story like this on wired DIDN’T quote PT. ;-)

  2. Anyone know how to add a network location to the browse list? This would make a great portable home mp3 streamer interface over wifi.
    usbrit

  3. That’s really awesome.

    I have to say though, that using mOcean on my Treo 650 accomplishes something nearly as close to an iPod phone. Especially with the included iTunes Hotsync conduit.

  4. Err, I thought my phone, the ROKR, was the iPod phone, since it’s a phone with iTunes? ;-P

    But yeah, I never understood why they didn’t make my phone with a click wheel, and make the dialer like an old rotary phone, it’d be so much more slick and iPod like.

  5. Err, I thought my phone, the ROKR, was the iPod phone, since it’s a phone with iTunes? ;-P

    But yeah, I never understood why they didn’t make my phone with a click wheel, and make the dialer like an old rotary phone, it’d be so much more slick and iPod like.

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