There's talk that Apple is gearing up to provide streaming video for iTunes users with a web-enabled device.
Amazon.com today introduced the company’s second generation electronic reader, the Kindle 2. The follow up from the company’s successful Kindle ebook reader offers customers a slim new design with longer battery life, faster page turns...
Rumors of the only satellite radio provider in North America increasing its rates have been confirmed. While certain included services will no longer be free as well. The company is advising customers to "lock in" now.
A recent article out of Brussels warns that young Europeans are in danger of damaging their ears by playing MP3s.
First Microsoft faces accusations of knowing about faulty Xbox 360 hardware before the consoles ever shipped, and now the company is facing another hardware-related crisis: Zune mass destruction.... or rather, the Zunepocalypse.
Yesterday a couple (okay, a lot) of blogs reported that President-elect Barack Obama was a Zune man. All hell broke loose.
Oh SNAP! A surprising study reveals that headphones used with MP3 players interfere with heart pacemakers and implantable defibrillators
SanDisk this week announced the launch of the the SlotMusic player, an MP3 player that goes hand in hand with the company’s recently announced slotMusic cards. The smoke clears. Sort of.
The first bit of new Apple product that Steve Jobs chose to unveil during his presentation on Tuesday was iTunes 8.
Gizmodo, citing a “reliable source” familiar with the 3G iPhone launch, is proclaiming the launch date of the new iPhone to be June 9th at the World Wide Developers Conference. Rumors have been making their rounds as to when the Second Coming would occur