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Though the Kindle DX is an impressive e-book reader, its high price will likely turn off some prospective buyers.
While Amazon has made some successful enhancements to its e-book reader, other tweaks fall flat or miss the mark entirely.
This premium GPS device packs plenty of features, but you can find many of them on lower-cost products, too.
These high-end audio accessories for your Mac and iPod are designed to sound (and look) like a million bucks.
We nominated, we debated, and then we whittled the list down to these: the 23 best Mac products of the year.
iPod wearing cyclists are risking injury and even death, according to road safety advocates in the UK.
According to rumors on the Internet, Apple might be getting ready to offer some steep discounts on Black Friday that could save you hundreds of dollars on iPods, Mac computers, and Apple software.
iPod nano 1.0.2, released Friday, features several bug fixes for the latest generation of miniature MP3 players introduced in September.
According to reports, Apple is flogging a $30 per month television service to content providers—but will the networks bite?
Apple announced the iPod on October 23rd, 2001. On this, its eight birthday, we take a look back at the way iPods were.
Apple has published a support document acknowledging that in very rare cases, specific iPod nano batteries could overheat.
Michael Tchao, one of the leading proponents of the Newton, is back to work at Apple, according to the New York Times.
MP3 players and music enabled mobile phones may face a crackdown under new health and safety EU laws with volume levels capped.
Macworld senior editor Chris Breen takes a close look at the features of the new iPod nano.
The Zune HD may be many things, but it's not an iPod touch-killer. Nor is there apparently a way to kill the record industry's aspirations, even with a stake through the heart. And aren't accounting rules a killer?