Safari and iPod music stopping or crashing

My iPhone activiation, synch with both Mac and PC (Outlook 2007 contacts and calendar) have been flawless, and amazing. However when I listen to music, video podcast, or Safari, after a few minutes the application quits and the iPhone reverts to the main screen.
It appears that the applicaitns are crashing, but I am not sure how to tell. The battery has been over 50% charged in all cases.
Is anyone having any issues like this or have any idea how to tell what is going on?
Thanks in advance,

I had it happen to me today as well. My music kept stopping on me and shutting down the iPod app. Also Safari crashed quite a bit today too. It was getting pretty annoying. Usually a restart fixes everything but reconnecting my Bluetooth headset is such a pain I decided to just quit playing and try again later.

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