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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?
Microsoft has released a handful of free games for its new Zune HD, but users will have to watch either a static or video advertisement while the game starts up.
The fifth-generation iPod nano and third-generation iPod touch get the full dissection treatment from iFixit.
The Microsoft Zune HD is the Zune that PC World's Ginny Mies wishes that Microsoft had released last year. Find out what PC World thinks about this iPod competitor.
Does Microsoft really think it can outdo Apple and its fleet of iPods with the Zune HD? Get serious, PC World's Daniel Ionescu says.
PC World's Ginny Mies takes a first look at the Zune HD, which began shipping Tuesday.
The iPod has been synonymous with MP3 players since the very first generation launched. While Apple continues to improve the iPod, the competition is getting stronger, PC World's Ginny Mies reports.
How well does the new iPod nano's video camera compare to a standard-definition pocket camcorder? Take a look at samples that PC World shot with a nano, a Flip Mino, an iPhone 3GS, and a Kodak Zi8.
The new Apple iPod Touch uses the Broadcom BCM4329, which can support the just-approved high-throughput 802.11n standard.
The Macalope takes on revamped iPods, the mysterious case of the missing iPod touch camera, and continued Snow Leopard drivel.
After Wednesday's press event, it's very clear where Apple thinks the future of gaming lies -- in its iPod touch portable device.