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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.
Apple has been sued by Luxpro claiming the company has used various schemes to get a monopoly on the worldwide MP3 market.
red 4GB iPod nanos have begun showing up in stores, but Apple didn't offer that configuration when it introduced the new iPods. So, what happened?
Environmental activist group Greenpeace has complimented Apple on its decision to use less toxic chemicals to make the new fourth-generation iPod nano.
Apple's latest iPod nano brings back memories of older models while adopting even more of its more-expensive sibling's features.
Apple's newly released iPods are not eligible for the company's back to school promotions.
The iPod touch has come a long way since it was first released a year ago. And the latest version introduced by Apple this week takes the widescreen iPod even further. Christopher Breen takes a closer look at the new iPod touch, including its integration with the new Genius feature in iTunes.
With the changes to its iPod line—specifically the new-look iPod nano—Apple is setting itself up for a strong finish to 2008, according to analysts who followed Apple’s moves Tuesday.
Macworld's Chris Breen, Dan Frakes, Dan Moren, and Jason Snell talk iPods.