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All signs from Tuesday’s music event point to the end of the line for the iPod classic, which now only comes in a single 120GB offering.
Apple revamped its iPod line Tuesday, introducing a nano with a larger screen, a single iPod classic model, and changes to the iPod touch line.
After a summer of iPhone highs and lows, Apple figures to return to its biggest product strengths—iPods and iTunes—at Tuesday's press event in San Francisco.
Logitech announced the new Squeezebox Boom, a self-contained networked music player with support for Internet Radio, iTunes libraries, multiple alarm clocks, and more.
iRecord Pro can record audio or video directly to you iPhone, iPod touch, iPod nano or iPod Classic, without using a computer.
Nvidia announced its Tegra line of Arm-based processors on Monday, setting up a competition with Intel.
Long time iPod developer, Griffin Technology, unveiled on Wednesday its newest accessory, the iTrip AutoPilot. The good news is that the company added support for the iPhone.
DLO has updated its TransDock FM transmitters for iPod models with IntelliTune, which scans the FM band for the clearest frequency.
The updated software for Apple’s set-top box delivers a collection of unenumerated bug-fixes.
Apple has met some of the goals Steve Jobs outlined in his May 2007 letter on the company’s environmental policies. But nearly a year after the Apple CEO first published his open letter, work remains to be done on making Apple’s product offerings more environmentally friendly.
Christopher Breen often talks about the wonders of wiring your home for media. In this video, he practices what he preaches by integrating his computer, audio gear, and media.
The partnership unveiled between Fox’s American Idol TV show and Apple figures to give Apple more content for its iTunes Store as well as more exposure for its music brands, analysts say.
NAND prices will plummet in 2008 and the market will grow more slowly because of weak demand and oversupply, analysts said.