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Cellphones that rock

Andover company's technology lets users download music over wireless networks

By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / December 21, 2004

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Steve Jobs, Apple Computer Inc.'s chief executive, probably isn't losing any sleep over Chaoticom Inc., of Andover. Perhaps he should. By teaming up with cellular phone companies in Europe and Asia, Chaoticom may be spawning a new threat to the dominance of Apple's popular iPod music players. (Full article: 1074 words)

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