A handful of guerrilla marketing videos are expected to hit the Internet today, all poking fun at Apple and its attention-grabbing iPhone.
It is yet another sign the wireless industry is scrambling to offer competitive services while counterattacking Apple's first mobile phone, which will go on sale June 29.
Seattle-based Melodeo, which produced the low-budget videos, is doing just that with the launch today of a service called nuTsie — an anagram for iTunes.
"The timing of our launch is not coincidental," said Dave Dederer, Melodeo vice president of media content
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