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To celebrate the Mac’s 25th anniversary, Computerworld’s Michael DeAgonia looked back over the years and picked 10 Apple computers that altered the company’s course and changed the way the world works and communicates.
The Walkman X and W Series make up latest attempt to take on Apple’s popular iPod.
The iMM183 Hi-Fi Dual Dock Alarm Clock with Weather Brand Radio features docks for charging two devices at once, including any iPod with a dock connector and the iPhone 3G.
Microsoft confirmed that Zune 30GB players were frozen Wednesday because of a bug in the device’s internal clock driver.
It was a good year for Apple. From strong Mac sales, to the iPhone 3G success and some good moves for iTunes, Apple made the most of 2008.
Planning on buying a personalized iPod for someone this holiday season? Just remember that they're not returnable.
Even with all the focus on the App Store and its software, 2008 was still a great year for iPod and iPhone accessories. Here are 11 add-ons that caught our attention in the past year.
A rumor contending that President-elect Barack Obama uses a Microsoft Zune has been dispelled—he's an iPod man.
In the second part of our four-part Winter Gear Guide, we continue to spotlight the accessories that will help you enjoy your Apple products to the utmost. We turn our attention to nine iPod add-ons and accessories that will have your music player singing your praises.
Logitech's Squeezebox Boom is a cool alarm clock, Internet Radio, and iTunes playback device, all in a single self-contained unit with built-in speakers. Jason Snell has the details.
11 months after it was introduced, the DLO HomeDock HD is finally available for purchase.
Three electronics manufacturers—LG Display, Sharp and Chunghwa Picture Tubes—have agreed to plead guilty and pay a combined $585 million in criminal fines for conspiring to fix the prices of liquid crystal display (LCD) panels.
Dell apparently won’t launch any new MP3 players in advance of the holiday shopping season, despite promising an ambitious return to digital music player market.
Squashing any rumors to the contrary, Apple confirmed for Macworld on Monday that the company will not release any new products before the holidays.
Roman Loyola takes a look at the G2 Personal Radio Player, a device that lets you load songs from the Slacker radio stations you pick, and you can listen to the songs wherever you want, without an Internet tether.