Portable Media Players
Styled after a classic Philips radio from 1955, the Philips Original Radio strikes a deliciously retro pose with its heavy duty Bakelite-ish casing, chrome knobs and brushed metal trim.
Samsung released a tiny MP3 player that syncs up with its Galaxy devices to take on the iPod.
The Nook Simple Touch GlowLight packs a beautiful backlight and social options, but can it rival Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite?
Halt those orders for sketchy Lightning knock-offs; the first Belkin Lightning accessories have been sanctions by Apple.
The Sonoro troy, as its name implies, is hollow. Pull the top panel off and you'll find a small cubby hole offering two USB ports (one higher powered, for tablets) and a 3.5mm jack.
Another complete reinvention of the iPod nano sees a bigger touchscreen with 16:9 aspect ratio for watching video.
In an email to a customer, Apple's Phil Schiller explainedwhy the new iPod touch lacks an ambient light sensor.
An ex-Microsoft exec has spoken out about the company's Xbox success and relative Zune failings, saying part of the blame lies with the music industry.
The lawsuit claims Apple used iTunes to create a monopoly over digital music and portable music players.
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