Don't-Miss MP3 player accessory Stories
Griffin Technology has announced the Slap, a flexible wristband for the iPod nano that mimics the popular slap bracelets of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The ZTE Peel is a case that adds 3G abilities, powered by Sprint's network, to the iPod touch, and doesn't require a contract.
What kind of tech gear are you wishing for this year? That's what we asked Macworld editors; here's what intern Stephanie Kent said.
JBL has released the new On Stage IV and On Stage Micro III, a new line of iPod and iPhone docking stations that sport a new industrial design known as the Weave.
Scosche's SneakPeek II gives you your choice of component and composite connectors for hooking up your iPhone, iPod, or iPad to your television.
A Chinese-developed product that can turn an iPod touch into an iPhone-like device is being prepared for an American release.
Apple has filed a patent infringement suit against Sanho Corporation, makers of HyperMac external batteries for Apple portable computers.
H2O Audio's new Amphibx GRIP armband wraps around your arm like a sports band and lets you listen to and control your 6th generation iPod Nano or 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation iPod Shuffle while in or around water.
XtremeMac has released the Tango TRX, a speaker dock for the iPod, iPhone, and iPad that features a 2.1 digital audio system and wireless Bluetooth audio streaming.
Audyssey has announced the Audyssey Audio Dock: South of Market Edition, which features an appealing, slim design and Bluetooth connectivity that enables audio streaming from any Bluetooth-enabled device, including the iPhone.
It's Friday, so we'll stay short and sweet. Despite what Microsoft may think, rumors of the iPhone's demise are greatly exaggerated. Also, the iPod nano is one swank timepiece, and antivirus software is important--though not for the reasons you might expect.
CableJive's dockStubz is a tiny adapter that connects to your iPhone or iPad's 30-pin dock-connector port, giving you the ability to dock your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad on any compatible device without needing to remove it from its case.
Moshi, which is known for its sleek, Mac-like Apple accessories, has released its first headset in its new Moshi Audio line.