Podcast - Weekly Roundup: Games on the iPod a Path to iPhone?
by , 11:30 AM EDT, June 3rd, 2006
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Speculation bubbled up this week that Apple is looking into putting real games on the iPod. Is Apple's looking to compete with Sony and Nintendo? Or could iPod games be part of a plan to take mobile phones head-on? Ricky Spero gives his analysis in this week's Context Machine.
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