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AOL Unveils Mobile Services, Strikes Deals
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/14/2005 07:37:00 PM.

America Online Inc. unveiled on Monday new mobile services, including streaming music and navigation features for cell phones, and said it struck deals with Cingular, Nextel and Research In Motion Ltd.
The online unit of Time Warner Inc. debuted the new services, including one that helps users swap and organize their photos on their cell phones, at the CTIA wireless show here.
AOL also said it agreed to put services, such as its instant messenger and e-mail, in Research In Motion's popular Blackberry mobile e-mail device. Cingular Wireless, a venture of SBC Communications Inc. and BellSouth Corp. plans to use the photo swapping service from AOL, it said.
Nextel Communications has also agreed to sell the company's latest MapQuest service, AOL said.

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