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The iPod touch seems like an ideal candidate for a built-in video camera. So why didn't Apple add one on Wednesday?
Apple has posted QuickTime video of Wednesday's "Rock & Roll" event in San Francisco, where the company introduced new iPods and a major new version of iTunes.
The release of updated iPod shuffles means the end of the line for the 1GB second-generation model that Apple still offered.
Apple updated its iPod line and rolled out a new version of iTunes 9 on Wednesday. Macworld's editors are on hand to make sense of these announcements.
Minutes after Apple unveiled the new iPod nano, Christopher Breen had a chance to get his hands on one. Here are some initial impressions on Apple's new camera-equipped music player.
Get all the highlights from Apple's press event Wednesday, including new iPod nanos with built-in video cameras, a price cut to the iPod touch, and new versions of iTunes and the iPhone OS software.
The venerable iPod classic and tiny iPod shuffle got new designs for 2009, which Apple showed off in San Francisco on Wednesday morning.
As predicted, Apple rolled out a revised version of the iPod nano featuring a built-in video camera, microphone, and speaker, along with a few more new features.
In addition to cutting the price on its entry-level iPod touch to $199, Apple also made the 32GB and 64GB models 50 percent faster while adding support for Open GL | ES version 2.0.
Just hours ahead of Apple's "It's only Rock and Roll" event, the company has slashed prices across its iPod line.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly investigating insider trading related to events such as Steve Jobs's health and iPod sales.
Beginning today, Microsoft is offering pre-orders for its forthcoming Zune HD portable media player.
Pricing for the Zune HD appeared on Amazon.com, and PC World's Ian Paul thinks the Microsoft device could give the iPod touch a run for its money.
A British man says his daughter's iPod touch caught on fire; this isn't the first time that one of the devices has been implicated in an event of this kind, but what exactly is at fault?
Three industry giants, Apple, Sony and Nintendo, are being sued in a new patent infringement lawsuit.