MP3 player

New iPod touch gets iPhone 7 chip and $199 price tag

New iPod touch gets iPhone 7 chip and $199 price tag

It's been nearly four years since the current iPod Touch launched, so you'd be forgiven if you thought Apple was just going to let the line slowly wind down. As it turns out, Apple won't be doing that, because it revealed a new iPod Touch model today. What will be the 7th-generation iPod Touch comes with a number of hardware upgrades and new features over its predecessor.

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This Hifi mobile music device seems too good to be true

This Hifi mobile music device seems too good to be true

There's a Hifi music player called HiBy R3 out in the wild this week, and it's made for Tidal alone. This is a mobile music player made by the folks at HiBy Music. It has a touchscreen and connects to Wi-Fi to play music specifically and solely through Tidal. It's not made by Tidal, but it works with its own version of the Tidal app - and that's it. This is the specificity you've been waiting for.

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Apple kills iPod nano and shuffle

Apple kills iPod nano and shuffle

Both the iPod touch models left in this backwards, messed-up world have been given boosts to storage while the classic iPod nano and iPod shuffle have been discontinued. It's like Apple didn't even care about the people who were putting off buying an iPod shuffle for the past several years - it's as if they didn't even think of me! Meanwhile those users that wanted an iPod nano will have to buy one like a neanderthal, finding them on eBay or wherever the deepest, darkest, dankest resellers now dwell.

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iPod Classic selling online secondhand for up to $1,000

iPod Classic selling online secondhand for up to $1,000

This was the year that Apple finally discontinued the iPod Classic, its traditional mp3 player that featured the iconic click-wheel we were all familiar with before touchscreens. It looks like some people are desperate enough to get one to spend over double the $249 selling price they were available at before September. Did these people forget that the Classic was available for four years in its last form, having not been updated since late 2010?

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SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 player aims at athletes and gym rats

SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 player aims at athletes and gym rats

We don't see as many new MP3 players these days as we used to. It seems like we used to see them all the time, but many people use their smartphone now rather than having two devices. SanDisk has unveiled a new MP3 player that it is aiming at athletes and other active users. The MP3 player is called the SanDisk Clip Sport.

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Fitness Technologies debuts waterproof Plug-In AM module

Fitness Technologies debuts waterproof Plug-In AM module

There is no shortage of devices on the market today to allow people to listen to music while they exercise. Many of these devices have FM tuners and the ability to play digital music tracks. A company called Fitness Technologies has announced a new wearable audio device that is waterproof and has AM radio capability.

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Pyle PSWP25 4 GB waterproof MP3 player has swim fitness functions

Pyle PSWP25 4 GB waterproof MP3 player has swim fitness functions

Pyle has unveiled a new audio player designed specifically for active users called the PSWP25. The audio player is available in multiple colors including black, blue, and green. No matter which color is chosen, the audio players all have the same functionality including 4 GB of integrated storage.

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ITreq MP3 player for active users hits Kickstarter

ITreq MP3 player for active users hits Kickstarter

There are a lot of products out there that work just fine if you use them in certain situations, but they don't necessarily work that well in other situations. This is particularly true of devices like MP3 players. When you're sitting or just walking around shopping or working, the MP3 player may stay put without any issues at all. However, if you're an active user who likes to exercise, bike, or run I'd wager you've had your MP3 player fall out of your pocket at least a few times while exercising.

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Apple sells 3m iPod touch 5G and iPod nano 7G

Apple sells 3m iPod touch 5G and iPod nano 7G

Apple has sold three million of its new iPod touch 5th gen and iPod nano 7th gen media players since they went on sale, the company has confirmed. Announced alongside the iPhone 5 back in September, the two new iPods are best-sellers, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed.

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Sony announces special edition 2 GB Meb Keflezighi W Series Walkman

Sony announces special edition 2 GB Meb Keflezighi W Series Walkman

Odds are most of us have no idea who Meb Keflezighi is. Meb Keflezighi is an American distance runner, and he participated in the Olympics in London this summer. His event was the marathon, and he came in fourth place. At the 2004 Athens Olympics he took the silver and while he didn't get a medal in London, he did beat his 2004 performance by 23 seconds. Sony is celebrating the distance runner by giving him his own special-edition

iPod Nano 8th gen drops the click-wheel and gains iTunes

iPod Nano 8th gen drops the click-wheel and gains iTunes

It may very well be time for a brand new media player from Apple, the seventh generation of the tiniest of iProducts, the iPod nano to be exact. This 8th gen iPod nano is said by sources familiar with the matter speaking with Macotakara to be returning to the tall and thin form of the 5th generation iPod nano and will have the thinness (or close to) of the current generation iPod touch. This device will also herald the end of the music service Ping - this according to these same sources in China.

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Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 ready for the USA

Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 ready for the USA

In a reveal that comes alongside the just-released Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6, here comes the Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 with no monthly data fees, Gingerbread, and connections galore to the other devices you've got on hand. This device comes to the USA with a lovely low $199.99 price tag - this compared to the full price of the rest of the Galaxy S devices comparable to this one (complete with mobile data and monthly fees) being downright reasonable. What you've got here is Samsung's baby running an experience relatively close to what we've seen on Galaxy S II devices for software, Galaxy S devices for hardware, and more Bluetooth functionality than you'll be able to handle.

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