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Apple kills clickwheel games, R.I.P. iPod Classic?

Apple has removed clickwheel games from iTunes, fanning the flames of rumours that the iPod Classic's time could be up.

By Sep. 30, 2011


Siemen's iSlide oven has an iPod-like clickwheel for temperature-setting

Siemen's avantGarde iSlide oven lets you touch a clickwheel to set temperatures and uses convection heating to slash cooking times.

By Jun. 3, 2008


Perish the clickwheel?

By Oct. 26, 2006


Steve Jobs movie met with 'warm reception' after premier

The first film depicting the life and times of the Apple legend has been met with good feedback, according to reports.

By Jan. 26, 2013


Apple's first and only iOS game goes kaput

Apple has quietly shelved Texas Hold'em, the first and only game it made for its iOS platform. The 2008 software was mainly a pitch to get developers to build things on the iPhone.

By Nov. 17, 2011


So much for mobile only: Flipboard heads to the desktop

Nearly 75 million mobile users have created more than 2 million magazines, and now the the company wants to bring its flips to the Web. CEO Mike McCue recalls a time when Flipboard was just a cardboard cutout of an iPad.

By Jul. 23, 2013


AMD drops the ATI brand

Rumors suggest that Apple will unveil a significantly smaller iPod Nano sans a clickwheel, YouTube may get movie rentals, and AMD is nixing the ATI brand best known for its Radeon graphics chips.

By Aug. 30, 2010


64GB iPhone incoming, according to tipster

A tipster has leaked information on an incoming 64GB iPhone, meaning more storage space for your movies, music, TV shows and apps.

By Oct. 1, 2011


Purported iPod Touch prototype sports new home button

Photos of what could be an unreleased version of the iPod Touch have appeared online today. Two interesting changes: a touch-sensitive home button and double the memory of the current version.

By Apr. 5, 2011


iPod upgrading--Jasmine's Tech Dos and Don'ts

Get schooled by CNET editor Jasmine France. This week she gives advice on whether to upgrade from your current MP3 player to the new iPods released at Apple's annual music event.

By Sep. 9, 2010