|So wonderful! (by forestgum, Jul 18th, 2007)
Truly, take a listen and you'll see!
|Plasma (by billyoung, Jul 7th, 2007)
Ha ha ha I love this sound. It's great.
|Active (by nautin, Jul 6th, 2007)
It is so active. I'll send it to my friend.
|Cool (by polard, Jun 29th, 2007)
this sounds cool and exciting
Intel Inside Ringtones
By Michael Singer
Hoping to make some beautiful
digital music together, Intel and Sony Music Thursday said they are partnering
to bring better quality music, images and video to Intel-based cell phones and
The two companies also said they plan to co-develop some next generation apps
and services for Intel-based phones, including applications that will enable
consumers to use PC-based multimedia content on their cell phones.
The partnership is also hoping to take advantage of the same successes that
Apple Computer has found with its iPod music player.
The companies say they may have a leg up considering Intel's inroads into
Windows-based systems. The plan is to make initial products from the
collaboration available to carriers and handset makers in 2004.
"Music, and music videos in particular, promise to be among the most exciting
applications for mobile devices," Intel senior vice president Ron Smith said in
a statement. "Through this collaboration, users will be able to take Sony
Music's premium entertainment content with them anywhere and be able to enjoy a
The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chip making giant said it will work with cell
phone makers and wireless carriers to make Sony Music's mobile applications and
services available on Intel PCA-based phones on advanced wireless networks
around the world. Sony's portfolio gives subscribers a variety of personalized
services including the ability to download and experience images, ring tones,
music videos and other music entertainment services.
For phone makers, collaborations such as this enable exciting device and content
bundles and provide an opportunity to showcase new and improved phone
capabilities to customers.
"Sony Music Entertainment's work with Intel promises to deliver the rich,
multimedia applications that consumers expect on their phones," said Philip
Wiser, chief technology officer, Sony Music Entertainment. "We're excited about
working together to create products and services that take advantage of the
advanced video, audio and 3D animation capabilities supported by the Intel PCA
architecture. By optimizing our products for this powerful platform, we expect
to enable a very compelling end user experience for Sony Music's mobile
applications, services and content."
Intel has been aggressively pushing its mobile strategy especially where it can
find convergence between laptops, PCs and mobile devices.
Last month at its Intel Developer's Forum, the chip making giant announced its
next Intel Pentium M processor, code-named Dothan; a computing platform based on
Intel Centrino mobile technology, code-named Sonoma; and technology for upcoming
Intel XScale technology-based processors for cell phones and PDAs, code-named
Bulverde. The company also announced a chipset with new power-saving features
and high-performing integrated graphics for mobile PCs based on Intel Centrino
mobile technology. Bulverde, in particular, will add camera phone capabilities
and enhance low power and multimedia performance for cell phones and PDAs. The
processor will include Intel Wireless MMX technology for better multimedia;
Intel Quick Capture technology that allows for real time video capture,
rendering 4 mega pixels on the fly; and Intel Wireless SpeedStep technology that
allows for three new low power modes.
The company also unveiled its Intel PXA800EF cellular processor, a chip based
along the same lines as its Manitoba "Wireless-Internet-on-a-Chip." The new
XScale processor is designed for 3G EDGE networks and should start making a
market showing next year.