MP3 Players just got sexier… Apple’s really milking the music cow for all it’s worth. Fast on the heels of its iPod Mini version 4 is its latest beauty, the Apple iPod nano. And this baby is beautiful. (You wonder how come Apple’s designers are always one ahead of the rest of the crowd. There must
Inventory the technology you’re carrying right now; PDA, Camera-phone, I-Pod, wrist-watch… wouldn’t you like to lighten the load a little bit? Slim it all down with the new Technotune MP3 watch (US$199, technotunes.com). That’s right… music is always on hand with this stylish watch (one of 4 models) with 256 megabytes of storage, allowing you
I was so excited when I was on-line at 2am in the morning to watch Steve Jobs make his “One More Thing” announcement, because it was all of my sweetest dreams come true. Aside from a new iTunes, he announced my current true love: a video iPod. Finally, the Pod of my dreams has arrived,
Whoever came up with the name “TuneBuckle” for this product deserves a prize. Not only does the moniker resist the urge to go with one of those clever iNames (iBelt, iPants and iBuckle were no doubt pitched in design meetings), but it neatly summarizes the product – which is, of course, a belt buckle fit
BBC Planning To Turn MP3 Players Into Digital Radios The BBC is planning to release an add-on for portable MP3 players that will turn the players into digital radios. Right now, there’s no word on when (or if) the device will come out, but given the rise in popularity of portable MP3 players, it appears
Apple’s ipod has been long dominating the digital media player market. And why not; the Apple iPod has been far superior in performance and features when compared to its rivals. But Microsoft is set to change this by coming out with their own media player named the Zune MP3 Player, which debuted to the world this November.