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Microsoft shows off Slacker, iheartradio & Lyrics at CTIA

With just a few days left before the big showcase, looks like Microsoft is still showing off some coolness, this time related to music.

Though we all know about Zune on the device, it looks like Microsoft isn't anemic towards competition either. At CTIA they evidently showed off Slacker Radio (see review for Windows Mobile), iheartradio and Lyrics (by MusiXMatch).

All sounds very good to us, especially Slacker which we've always got a kick out of. Combined with Spotify, which is coming soon as well, Windows Phone 7 users will have plenty of options for media. But where's Kinoma?

[via mocoNews.net]

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Reader comments

Microsoft shows off Slacker, iheartradio & Lyrics at CTIA

3 Comments

Great, even more positive news for WP7. It's getting harder and harder to say no to it with more and more big name services coming to it as we get closer to the release.

Wonder what other apps/services we can expect over time.

It's the developer prototype. The Samsung Taylor. It isn't final hardware and wont see production.