Motorola postpones launch of iTunes phone
Motorola has indefinitely postponed the launch of its much anticipated iTunes phone, which the company had expected to debut at CeBIT on Thursday. According to a report in the Chicago Tribune the phone was indefinitely postponed "due to a last-minute message from a wireless carrier or carriers." The report describes the phone having a display screen akin to the iPod. "It is capable of holding 25 to about 100 songs, depending on how much a buyer wants to pay for memory cards," a Motorola executive said. Motorola now says the announcement will come closer to when the phone hits the market sometime this summer.