The third-generation iPod Shuffle is the next best thing to an invisible MP3 player, but the quirky controls and microscopic design make it a limited recommendation.
Apple's third-generation Shuffle is the smallest iPod yet and uses an internal voice to announce song information.
CNET's Donald Bell walks you through the initial setup of a third-generation Apple iPod Shuffle.
CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to change the language settings for the third-generation Apple iPod Shuffle's VoiceOver feature.
The Apple Store may be mistakenly listing headphones as compatible with the third-generation Shuffle.
A day after the launch of the third-generation iPod Shuffle, companies have already begun to announce accessories for the device.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell points to his full review of the Apple iPod Shuffle (third generation) and offers some details that surprised him.
iFixit has done a teardown of the third-generation Shuffle. As one might expect, the diminutive device is tiny on the inside, too--and pretty simple.
Apple is known for offering products with great designs. But in the case of the new third-generation iPod Shuffle it made some strange--and bad--choices.
CNET editors round up a variety of accessories for the second- and third-generation Apple iPod Shuffle. Check out skins, cases, speakers, and more!