Apple's 2012 iPod line includes completely new versions of the iPod Touch and iPod Nano, as well as holdover models of the iPod Shuffle and iPod Classic. But which one is right for you?
CNET editor Brian Bennett spent a little quality time with the new Nokia Lumia 710 for T-Mobile. This affordable $49.99 smartphone runs fun Windows Phone Mango software, and features a 5-megapixel camera and a 4G data connection.
Reports say Spotify is going to offer us what Google Music didn't, a relatively fresh idea for digital music. But are music fans really looking for better software apps?
A brief summary of the first day of Mobile World Congress 2010.
Donald Bell gets his hands on the Cowon D2+ touch-screen MP3 player from Cowon and offers his first impressions along with a photo gallery.
Zune 2.5 has fixed the most obvious problems with the software, but the new social features are buggy and the app is still a resource-hog.
The device offers an in-flight, hands-free media solution for air travelers who don't want to hold their gadget in their hands or create a makeshift balancing apparatus.
In today's episode, Patrick Norton joins the gang for a rant-a-thon, IMDB turns 18, we're surprisingly not mad about the Android killswitch, Radiohead proves it made a winner with its digital album giveaway, and YouTube gives the Queen the giggles.
An extremely decent iPod/Zune alternative, the Zen Vision:M (reconditioned) is available from Buy.com for $99.99 shipped.
CNET's Senior Editor Donald Bell describes five features that surprised him about the Microsoft Zune 4, 8, and 80.