SPOTLIGHT: Motorola CEO: 'Screw the nano'

Motorola picked holes at the hype surrounding the iPod Nano, calling it undeserved considering the advanced features found in mobile phones abroad. The company's CEO, Ed Zander, said, "What the hell does the nano do? Who listens to 1,000 songs? People are going to want devices that do more than just play music." The comments come just three weeks after Apple launched the iPod nano along with the Motorola ROKR iTunes phone. Until recent complaints about its fragile screen, the iPod nano had garnered widespread praise, while the ROKR's welcome has been lukewarm at best. Article

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