A Google vice president believes that iPods will be able to carry all the world's TV shows in future.

Speaking at the FT World Communications Conference, Google vice president of European operations Nikesh Arora made the claims.

Pointing to the falling cost of storage, he predicted that future iPods will ship with the kind of capacity it takes to hold a year's released video. And ten years later, iPods may be able to hold "all the music ever sold commercially", reports Silicon.com.

Arora also believes mobile devices will become more powerful and play a part in future media distribution systems.