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Apple moves away from iPod as it says goodbye to Nano and Shuffle

Apple has confirmed it is discontinuing production of the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle. The devices were the company's last traditional music players, launched before the iPhone took centre stage. The decision leaves just the iOS-powered iPod Touch on sale.

Op-Ed: Podcasts are prolific part of the changing world of digital media Special

For all those out there still skeptical or reluctant about recent technology and its impact, take note of the growing use of podcasts. They are prolific.

Man says he invented the iPhone 20 years ago, sues Apple for $10b

A man has filed a lawsuit against Apple alleging the company's iPhone, iPad and iPod products infringe on his designs for an "Electronic Reading Device" created over 20 years ago. He is seeking over $10 billion in damages from the company.

Apple may be planning refreshed iPods for this Tuesday

Apple may be gearing up to refresh its ageing iPod line-up early next week. The Shuffle, Nano and Touch are all set for an update and re-release in new colours with the Touch getting improved hardware and support for the Apple Music streaming service.

Apple might be about to kill off the iPod Shuffle

Apple has made some moves that make it look like it might be preparing to stop selling the iPod Shuffle, as supplies of the device are starting to run low.

Apple is gearing up for iPhone 6 and here's what you need to know

Rumor has it that the next generation iPhone 6 will debut in September. While the actual date is unknown, image and feature leaks having been popping up online.

Op-Ed: The iPod needs an update

With streaming services becoming the new norm for consuming content, many are wondering if Apple's classic iPod is on the verge of becoming obsolete.

Apple to replace third-party adapters for $10

London - Apple will start selling $10 USB power adapters to replace counterfeit units after raising safety concerns over the third party power plugs for the iPhone, iPad and iPod.

Apple is developing location-aware smart battery

Apple really isn't as secretive as before especially with another patent surfacing showing off the development of a possible new 'smart' battery.

Apple celebrates fifth anniversary of the AppStore with free apps

The Apple App Store is now five years old and what could be a better way to celebrate than to make popular applications free for a limited time?

Apple 'iWatch' trademark spree hits Mexico, Taiwan, and more

The smart watch concept has been rumored for quite some time and several small start up companies have been designing these concept devices.

Apple's next-generation devices may include a fingerprint scanner

The delay of the iPhone 5S could be explained with what Apple has in store for us next. With no iPhone 5S announcement at the WWDC, it looks like Apple has good intentions with something big planned.

Rumors for the upcoming iPhone 5S reveals possible new features

It's no surprise to see Apple slowly losing its place in the market as Samsung unleashes their 5-inch Galaxy S4, HTC revealing its 'One' series, and Research In Motion struggling to stay in the game by offering up the revamped Blackberry Z10.

Review: RHA-Audio shows promising results with MA450i Earphones Special

RHA Audio, a division of Reid Health, is a small research and development company of audio equipment located in Glasgow, UK. They specialize in cutting edge sound technology and current have a small earphone and headphone product line worth checking out.

Op-Ed: Apple Changes Time With $21M Payment For Clock Design

How much would you pay for a watch? Maybe up to $500 for a nice shiny and expensive one. However, this may not be the case with Apple.

Apple iPods and iPads to replace retail cash registers

Watch out, business machine production companies, Apple is about to take enter your market. Although it isn't official, Apple products are slowly replacing point of sale terminals, inventory databases, and customer profile management databases.

Op-Ed: Is Apple dying?

Apple is one of the biggest companies in the United States based on market capitalization. Not only that, but it constantly beats its own sales records cashing in mainly on the popular Apple iPhone.

iNept thieves get iStuck stealing iPads from Apple store

Temecula - Two thieves slammed their BMW SUV into a Temecula, CA Apple store, intending to steal iPods, and iPhones. They did not intend to get the vehicle stuck in the security gate, leaving their license tag behind.

Angry parent posts fake profile of school principal on porn site

Higley - A parent's thirst for revenge against the assistant principal at his son's school has landed him in trouble. Robert Dale Esparza was convicted of ID and online fraud after he set up a porn profile for the principal he accused of taking his son's iPod

New Jersey tattoo artist is magnetically attached to his iPod

Newfield - A professional tattoo artist has taken his passion and art to extreme lengths to keep his iPod nano Touch stuck to him, literally.

British teen hit by train while listening to music on headphones

British transport police say schoolgirl Katie Littlewood, 15, was hit by a train at a pedestrian crossing at Johnson's Footpath in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire.

Gmail app for iPhone launches, flops immediately

Rumors turned into fact when Google launched a native Gmail app for Apple devices, such as the iPhone and iPad, unfortunately the app's launch was a huge flop.

Hackers port Apple's Siri to iPhone 4 and iPod 4

Hackers have given iPhone owners a taste of Christmas coming early by successfully installing Apple's premiere voice app, Siri, on older iPhones and iPods.

52% of kids under 8 using iPods, iPads and mobile devices

Need a babysitter? There's an app for that. A study published this week says a huge percentage of children under the age of eight are consuming media on iPods, iPads and other devices at growing rates.

Apple updates iOS to 4.3.5

Apple, in its constant struggle against hackers and jailbreakers, is constantly updating its mobile iOS platform with security fixes, plugging the holes hackers use to unlock the platform.

Op-Ed: Tinie Tempah slams Apple's plans to prevent filming at concerts

Following last week’s announcement that Apple is developing software to prevent fans from filming live music concerts, British rapper Tinie Tempah has jumped to the defense of fans.

Op-Ed: Union start-up attempt reveals chips in Apple's trendy veneer

For years, Apple has been establishing itself as one of the most enigmatic companies in its industry. But an attempt by an employee to form a union is shining a light on the tech giant's inner workings.

Introducing the solar-powered bikini

Ladies, have you ever been relaxing on a hot summer's day, only to realize that your iPod is out of power? Well don't fear, there's a solution that kills two birds with one stone.

Apple iWork released for iPhone, iPad, iPod

Apple yesterday released the iWork apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod, allowing users to create and share presentations, documents and spreadsheets on the go.

National Enquirer says Apple CEO Steve Jobs has six weeks to live

The National Enquirer is reporting Steve Jobs only has six weeks to live. The magazine published a few recent photos of Jobs and doctors analyzed them to deliver a diagnosis.
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Thieves ram car into Apple Store
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Take a look at the Craigslist advertisement courtesy of the Gilbert Police Department:
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Tetris being played on an iPod
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A baby beside an iPod
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These images of the iPod Shuffle, Nano and Touch in new colours were found deep inside iTunes 12.2 source files
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The new iPod shuffle
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An iPod with a custom message on the front
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Playboy is currently available on the iPod and iPhone but the app does not feature full-frontal nudity
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Icon for the future.
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A repair crew clean and begin repairs on Temecula Apple Store.
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The new iPod nano lineup, available in several colours
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iPod Nano and MacBook
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