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More unconfirmed technical specs of Microsoft's planned iPod touch rival have emerged, PC World reports.
Martyn Williams of IDG News Service gets a chance to play with the very iPod-like X-series Walkman from Sony.
The state of Virginia has implemented new education initiatives that include iTunes U and a call to developers to create iPhone apps.
If you're a fan of the musician Prince you can purchase yourself a limited edition iPod touch commemorating the singer.
On his first state visit to the United Kingdom, Barack Obama presented the Queen with a personalized iPod.
Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo and Dell have all lost points and Philips and Apple are among the companies jumping up the latest Greenpeace green electronics ranking.
AdMob ranked mobile devices based on how often they access the Internet, and the iPhone comes in first place worldwide.
If the new iPod shuffle's reduced color choices have you down, Computer Choppers will sell you a model in any color of the rainbow.
An Ohio woman has filed suit against Apple, claiming her son’s iPod touch exploded in his pants.
Want to use other headphones with the new iPod shuffle? Your options are limited for now.
Consisting of a very small assortment of parts, the new iPod shuffle is one of the simplest iPods to take apart.
Your questions about the third-generation iPod shuffle... answered!
Apple updated iTunes, adding genius for video and the ability for users to connect to the new iTunes DJ via the iPhone and vote for songs.
Apple introduced the new iPod Shuffle with VoiceOver. The new iPod is the smallest the company has ever made.
Macworld's Dan Frakes shows you the clever Fusion CA-IP500, a car stereo unit with an iPod dock hidden behind the face.