Arora said, by 2012, iPods could launch at similar prices to those on sale now and yet be capable of holding a whole year's worth of video releases. Around 10 years down the line that could be expanded, creating iPods that can hold all the music ever sold commercially.More info at Silicon.com.
He said: "In 12 years, why not an iPod that can carry any video ever produced?" The Google exec said tech is now pursuing a price volume game - searching for the price point at which content will take off for the mainstream.
He added: "It's clearly begun happening," citing iTunes' 99¢ per song download model.
Google VP believes iPod will hold all world's TV in 12 years
Posted on Friday, Dec 01 2006 @ 07:39 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck