Motorola and Universal Music Group have joined forces to offer mobile music listeners a seamless radio experience. The Motorola iRadio uses high-speed internet connections, Bluetooth, or any other way you can get connected to keep your flow of entertainment grooving with you.
iRadio will include hundreds of preprogrammed and commercial-free music and talk-radio stations. They can be downloaded and played from your computer, mobile phone, car stereo, or home entertainment center. The service is also expected to organize users personal music collections on their phones.
The service is expected to cost $7 a month and offer users enough storage for about 70 hours of music, it will be available in the US first in the beginning of 2006, then following with Europe.