Despite the repeated cries of tech bloggers everywhere, it would seem that the iPod isn't actually dead; it's just gone rogue. The newest ATM skimming scheme relies almost entirely on a MacGyver-ed version of your former, clickwheeled friend. How could you, iPod?
You want an iPod Touch and/or iPod Nano in "Space Grey"? You got it! Because of course. Goldpagne however, is still reserved for the iPhone 5S bourgeoisie.
Seven generations of iPod nano evolution have culminated in something pretty special. The latest iteration of Apple's mini music player is its thinnest, has the biggest screen ever (for a Nano), and tosses in Bluetooth to boot. Is it great? Yes. Is it enough to make you care about MP3 players again? Not really.
There's a hilarious image floating around the Internet today about how Apple, the flag bearer of "don't you dare steal my design lest you owe me a billi", copied Nokia's Lumia with the iPod Nano. Just take a look at the image above! The iPod Nano on the right has the same rounded edges, same organically slapped on…
Remember the iPad event this spring, when the "Resolutionary" display made everyone projectile vomit into each other's mouths and burst into flames, falling wildly into a pit of acid and shame? Good. Here's the next step in Apple's hellward ad copy spiral: Renanoed.
Brand new iPod Nanos also joined Apple's iPhone 5 party at the Moscone Center today. The totally redesigned junior MP3 players have a larger display, and come in seven beautiful candy-hued colors.
You've never clicked on pop-ups free iPod Nanos. Why would you? But all those products they're giving away have to end up somewhere. As it turns out, that sad place is a Fonz-owned warehouse.
The touchscreen-equipped iPod Nano spawned a multitude of straps and cases letting users wear it like a watch. But none are as creative, or downright creepy, as this body piercing artist who had four magnets implanted in his arm to hold it in place.
There's a pill to cure almost everything these days, including elderly boredom if I understand those vague Viagra commercials correctly. And now even one for remedying a lame party, even if it literally looks like a tough pill to swallow.
Last weekend we reported that Apple was recalling some of their first generation iPod Nanos with concerns that the aging battery could overheat. And those of you hoping for an easy upgrade to the latest gen model will be disappointed.
Apple hasn't been having the best couple of weeks recently. The iPhone 4S' battery woes have been a big issue, and the iOS 5.01 update they released to remedy the problem seems to have opened an entirely new can of worms. But now it's come to light that the company has also recalled the first generation iPod Nano over…
Apple realized that wearing the iPod nano as a watch became a thing, so when they introduced the new iPod nano they tossed in 18 different watch faces to keep people from ever getting bored. Some of them are pretty weird! Here's five.
Just a few days after we first saw the new fitness-centric iPod Nano, iFixit has already exposed its guts. Turns out the new Nano didn't just get a UI upgrade—it got some new hardware too.
Apple's boosted its petite iPod offering, with a new scrolling touch UI (no more grid!), built-in sensors for cardio stats tracking, and—wait for it—an assortment of virtual watch faces. Oh, and it plays music. Available today.
This alleged picture of the next-gen iPod nano, AppleInsider says, is from the same Taiwanese blog that's leaked every one of the last six generations of iPod nanos. It's got a teeny 1.3MP camera, and no clip.
Secretly want an iPod nano, but loathe Apple/iTunes/iPods/yourself? Creative's ZEN M300 is like a slightly jumbo-er nano—but it plays video, has a microSD card slot, is Bluetooth-y and doesn't force you to use a thumbnail-sized touchscreen.
The iPod Nano 1.1 firmware update has slipped out silently, letting you use the sleep/wake button to skip or pause your music. Pressing and holding the button will turn the Nano off now, as well, much like the iPhone and iPad's do. The biggest benefit? You won't have to be quite so dependent on that tiny touchscreen…