Motorola CEO: Apple 'to build a smart phone' | CNET News.com: "Zander was quoted as dismissing Apple's new iPod Nano at a Silicon Valley gathering Friday, saying, 'Screw the Nano. What the hell does the Nano do? Who listens to 1,000 songs?'
The comments seemed odd, given the long-standing relationship between the companies. More than 20 years ago, Apple used Motorola's 68000 processor in the Lisa. And earlier this month, the two companies shared a stage to introduce Motorola's Rokr cell phone, which runs Apple's iTunes software. "
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