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Official : Apple, Motorola and Cingular launch the iTunes phone

09/07/2005, So the iTunes phone exists, finally.Apple’s iTunes software on the Motorola ROKR features easy to use menus, simple navigation and playback, and the ability to simply switch from phone to music and back again with the push of a dedicated music key....

Motorola, Apple, and O2 for partnership for new music phones

09/02/2005, Motorola, Apple, and O2 have formed a business trinity to provide service for Motorola’s upcoming iTunes ROKR music phones. Prices for the new music phones have not been confirmed, but O2 will offer its customers a period of exclusivity. It is...

The Nokia N Series will not feature Apple´s iTunes

08/18/2005, Conflicting reports have surfaced on the web on whether or not Apple and Nokia have reached an agreement to include iTunes in the N series (like the beautiful Nokia N90). I would tend to think that Reuters is right when it says that no agreement...

Qoolqee i, the music player that obliterates the iPod Shuffle

08/14/2005,   You might have heard about the brand Qoolqee, thanks to their K7 MP3 Player, but today we’re talking about the Qoolqee i, a much small and cuter music player that will send the iPod shuffle back to the Stone Age (where it belongs,...

Apple LCD monitor with portrait mode

03/24/2005, Some designers would pay (almost) anything to get it right now. Via macbidouille This Apple monitor running in portrait mode has been spotted at Nexpo 2005. This mode works only with the upcoming Mac OS X “Tiger” rumored to be released in...

Hanbit Xdrum 501D, the iPod Shuffle Nemesis

02/28/2005, It’s hard to pack more feature in there… The Hanbit Xdrum 501D is probably the nemesis of the iPod Shuffle. In addition of playing MP3 files to a headset, it has surround speakers (!), a LED flashlight, an OLED screen, plenty of controls and...

The Sony PSP will challenge the iPod

12/25/2004, At least that’s what Andrew House thinks (he is an Executive vice President of Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA). In his view the 2GB Universal Media Disc (UMD) of the Sony PSP could become a medium to sell music at some point. I think that...