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July 8, 2002 | Alex Pham
SongPro Inc. said it will launch a digital music player this fall that will attach to Nintendo Co.'s Game Boy hand-held consoles. The Los Angeles company, founded by Silicon Graphics Inc. co-founder Marc Hannah and former News Corp. executive Jon Richmond, expects to sell the device for less than $99. About the size of a Game Boy Color game cartridge, the plug-in player will have 32 megabytes of memory, enough to hold about 30 minutes of digital music.
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July 8, 2002 | Alex Pham
SongPro Inc. said it will launch a digital music player this fall that will attach to Nintendo Co.'s Game Boy hand-held consoles. The Los Angeles company, founded by Silicon Graphics Inc. co-founder Marc Hannah and former News Corp. executive Jon Richmond, expects to sell the device for less than $99. About the size of a Game Boy Color game cartridge, the plug-in player will have 32 megabytes of memory, enough to hold about 30 minutes of digital music.
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February 7, 2004 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
Ron Jones, co-founder and chairman of the Los Angeles-based SongPro Inc., the maker of a computer device he invented that turns Nintendo's Game Boy into a digital audio and video player, has died. He was 48. Jones, whose company is the first African American-owned portable digital multimedia device manufacturer, died of gastric cancer Monday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
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