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PocketPC iPod emulator removed from website

Software developers, StartBrite Solutions after being pressured by Apple’s legal department have removed the pPod/pBop iPod emulator software for PocketPC PDAs from its website. “Due to legal pressure from Apple we are no longer able to distribute this application. Sorry for any inconvenience.”

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Well that was just stupid on their part to sell it. They should’ve just offered it for free…

Posted by duh on March 18, 2004 at 12:54 PM (PDT)

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