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By Stephen Foley It has been the talk of the blogosphere for months. Occasional bursts of speculation even sent Apple's shares plunging.
By Jordan Robertson and Jessica Mintz Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off a revamped line of iPods on Tuesday and trumpeted a truce with NBC Universal that means the TV network will begin selling programs again on iTunes.
By Edward C. Baig It's not as though Tuesday's refresh of the iPod line came with any earthshaking enhancements -- though you can literally shake the new Nano to randomly skip to another song. Still, the latest improvements are welcome.
By Brandon Bailey SAN FRANCISCO -- Laughing off recent speculation about his health, a thin but energetic Steve Jobs demonstrated new models of Apple's iPod music player -- with more memory, thinner forms and brighter colors -- and some new software for an enthusiastic audience here Tuesday morning.
Apple Inc CEO Steve Jobs unveiled a new line of iPods before a crowd gathered at a theater in San Francisco on Tuesday.
Apple Inc. slashed the price of the top iPhone by $200 Wednesday to bolster holiday sales, but also angered loyal customers who paid top dollar in the gadget's first 10 weeks on the market.
Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday cut the price of its cheapest digital music player, the iPod Shuffle, and launched a smaller-capacity version of its mid-priced iPod Nano.
The popular iPod Nano and the just-released video iPod are expected to lead a surge of holiday sales for Apple Computer. Research firm Fulcrum Global Partners predicts Apple will sell 10 million iPods in the fourth quarter, a strong follow-up to the 7 million sold in the previous quarter. But not all of these sales will be to new iPod owners.
By Duncan Martell SAN JOSE (Reuters) - Apple Computer Inc. on Wednesday introduced a version of its market-leading iPod that also plays videos and unveiled a deal with Walt Disney Co. to sell television shows like "Desperate Housewives" after their first broadcast.
Apple Computer Inc., responding to complaints that the screen on its sleek, recently introduced iPod cracks too easily, said on Wednesday it will replace any defective units.
The iPod is designed and marketed by Apple Inc., first released on November 10, 2001. It is a portable media player with four current versions, iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, iPod Touch, and the iPod Classic. It not only can play music, it also can be used as an external data storage device. Depending on the model, storage ranges from 2 GB for the iPod Shuffle up to 160 GB for the iPod classic, all the devices use Samsung, ARM and the Apple A5 CPUs. Files can be transferred from computers using...
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