“Two ‘firsts’ may have been recorded for the iPhone on Tuesday as a Baltimore firm reported it is in the vanguard of enterprise purchases of the handset and a music-licensing company said it may be the first to license a song on the iPhone,” W. David Gardner reports for InformationWeek.
“Mike Karfakis, president and CEO of Vitamin, a boutique design and marketing firm, surprised his employees by giving them iPhones. Noting that Vitamin’s five employees spend at least 80% of their working hours online, Karfakis said the devices are invaluable for online research, blog reading, podcast listening, e-mail sending, and video watching,” Gardner reports.
“Also on Tuesday, Rumblefish, a sonic branding and music-licensing agency, said it licensed a song by a group called the Procussions in an action that took less than three minutes. Rumblefish said it believes the licensing was the first song to be so licensed on the iPhone,” Gardner reports.
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