AOL is believed to be gearing up to launch its service on a number of non-PC devices that will let consumers surf the Internet.
AOL has been in talks for sometime with Sony to produce a stripped down palmtop with a 'lite' version of its online service, according to sources. AOL has also been linked with a number of mobile phone companies including Alcatel.
According to sources the devices could be announced before the end of the month.
AOL, with 17 million subscribers worldwide, has made not secret of the fact that it wants to deliver its service on as many platforms as possible, but a spokeperson for AOL said that ?it really is all very speculative at the moment."
There is little doubt that by putting its service on other devices, AOL would strengthen its market position and ensure that it infiltrates peoples everyday lives, maintain analysts.
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