iPod Nano 4th Gen Sized-Up Against Its Ancestors

Tall and slender like the first generation, curved a bit like the second generation, with the bigger screen of the third generation: the new iPod nano is clearly a product of its ancestry. And it's no longer a stubby fatty, with Jobs himself calling it the "thinnest iPod ever"—helped a bit by those curves. Check out… » 9/09/08 2:15pm 9/09/08 2:15pm

iPod Classic Gets 120GB Boost For $250, 160GB Discontinued

The iPod classic looks like it's getting the runt's end of the "Let's Rock" magic wand today-with boosted storage to 120GB for $250, up from 80GB for the same price. And it's death for the 160GB thickie, matching the Zune's lineup to a tee. Same form factor and colors as last time. Now, the largest iPod money can… » 9/09/08 1:17pm 9/09/08 1:17pm

iTunes Store Finally Gets TV Downloads in Glorious HD, NBC Returns

After eons of offering only movies in HD, the iTunes store is at last selling TV shows the way they're meant to be watched. Starting today, you can buy HD episodes of TV shows for $2.99. NBC and Apple have kissed and made up as well—Monk, The Office, Battlestar Galactica, 30 Rock, Heroes are all back, and yes, you… » 9/09/08 1:03pm 9/09/08 1:03pm