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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Despite a shaky beginning, Turtle Rock's cooperative shooter is a worthy successor to Left4Dead.
Take one new, metal iPod Nano. Add the new, plastic packaging. Mix with some scissors and voila!
Mini-esque Nanos, shrunken Shuffles, movie downloads and high resolutions - all in an afternoon's announcement for Jobs and Co.
Kicking off the Apple Expo, Viewsonic has released a new monitor - set to dock with your video iPod. Not surprisingly, it's called the ViewDock.
A new service called SpiralFrog will launch in December, offering completely free music downloads. They've already got Universal backing them so could this be the end of iTunes?
In a stunning climbdown for Steve Jobs, it will let Creative make iPod accessories and fork out some serious dosh to appease its rival.
We take a break from real news to bring you this story of parents suing each other over one girl borrowing another's iPod. Could this only be popular because it features the words 'iPod Nano'?
Lovers of the Sandisk Sansa MP3 players will be happy to know that a new model is coming out, expanding storage to 8GB. Did we mention it's cheaper than the 4GB Nano?
Apple has now struck a deal with the auto manufacturers for better iPod support. Starting in 2007, expect to see the improvements in car stereos from Ford, GM and Mazda.
Microsoft has finally confirmed its plans to take on Apple in the portable media player market. The service will be known collectively as Zune.
Yahoo! may well set the trend for the music industry in the future, by selling MP3s without DRM protections in place.
An industry analyst believes that Apple has chosen NVIDIA to be the new graphic chip provider for its next-generation iPod Video.
The popular iTrip leads to the UK's communications regulator allowing the use of low-power FM transmitters by the general public.
There's a photo out - is it Microsoft's new portable player? Is it video? Is it a gaming device? Does it share music? Who knows.
Prepared to pay a little extra to have digital copies of your movies? Universal launches a twenty quid DVD, WMV and portable movie package.
Will Microsoft give you free versions of your iTunes songs to switch to its own integrated service and WiFi media player?
Ipsos has released a study claiming that music on MP3 players is 'more legal' than you'd expect...
Jobs is rallying Hollywood to create a movie store in the same vein as his music enterprise, the story goes.
Jobs' mob face a torrid time, as music fans protest against iTunes DRM, calling it 'defective by design'.
European countries are lining up to force Apple to open up its DRM scheme to players other than the iPod. Will Apple keep selling?
Fed up with Apple dominating the MP3 market, Microsoft is pooling resources with electronics manufacturers to take on Japan.
Do you carry a lot of technology around with you? Got a hefty commute or a regular flight schedule? Take a look at these ultra-chic cases, they might be just the thing you've been longing for.
Got your NES belt buckle? Got your NES mouse? Complete your collection with a NES iPod.
Want to use your iPod whilst working out? A new collaboration between the two massive brands turns your portable tunes machine into a personal trainer.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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