One of the top uses for an MP3 player is as a gym companion, so why not put your iPhone or iPod Touch to greater use by loading up some fitness-friendly apps that will help you get the most out of your workouts? Here are five that we love.
CNET editors round up several sets of earphones with integrated iPod controls and mics. Includes models from Scosche, Apple, and more.
A new prototype from Japan's ATR Robotics and Communication Laboratories lab puts your iPod Touch at the heart of a new humanoid robot. Or at least at its stomach.
Apple has released a few knowledgebase article updates which include information on some features of the latest Logic Pro update, managing iPod and iPhone features and connectivity to your Mac, and a small how-to on backing up your iTunes media.
Dual Electronics announces a new cradle, the XGSP300, for the iPod Touch that adds GPS functionality to the device and can also work as a juice pack.
Chevy is hoping to tap into the same sentiments that spark gadget fandom with its new Volt electric car. But is the crowd at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival the right audience?
If you've already invested in a great set of headphones, it might be time to ditch your iPod or Zune for the Hifiman HM-801, the world's first audiophile-grade portable music player.
The Klipsch Image X10i headphones are a great option for iPhone and iPod owners who listen mainly to lossless audio.
New Potato Technologies has released a $79.99 IR dongle that, when combined with the Flipr iPhone app, turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a touch-screen universal remote, complete with 14,000 preprogrammed remote control codes.
For a very reasonable $5, Mobicip offers age-based filtering, real-time monitoring, and many other protections--all wrapped in a browser that's virtually identical to Safari.