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Byline: PATRICK SEITZ
Cell phone makers look to take a bite out of Apple Computer's iPod business.
Nokia and Sony Ericsson each recently announced mobile phones that double as portable music players. And Microsoft is taking a bigger role in providing media software for cell phones.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates told a German newspaper this week that music-playing phones will eventually supplant the iPod and other stand-alone portable music devices.
But Apple shouldn't worry yet, analysts say. Combination cell phone-digital music devices are a long way from threatening Apple's lucrative iPod sales.
"I don't see the cell phone …