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A fuel cell to gas up your MP3 player September 16, 2005 Toshiba uses methanol to keep a hard-drive-based audio player running for approximately 60 hours on a single charge. Photos: Fuel cells for music players
Apple: iPod means our pod August 15, 2006 Mac maker cries trademark infringement, sends cease-and-desist letters to companies using "pod" in product names.
What's on your iPod? June 30, 2006 More music is being ripped from CDs than downloaded, but multimedia content is taking off, study shows.
The iPod at 5 October 20, 2006 It was by no means the first MP3 player on the market when it was unveiled in 2001, but the iPod quickly emerged as the most famous--and by far the most successful.
The Apple phone flop December 7, 2006 CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos says Apple should think again if it believes it can make a phone to match iPod's success.
SanDisk unveils 8GB music player August 21, 2006 Latest Sansa device costs $249; SanDisk also reduces prices across the board to compete with iPod. Photo: SanDisk's 8GB music player
SanDisk CEO flashing forward to phones August 31, 2007 With Apple's stronghold on the MP3 player market, Eli Harari is looking to mobile phones, which require more and more of SanDisk's flash memory.
An Apple fanboy's lament December 19, 2007 Macrovision's Richard Bullwinkle questions the longevity of his music collection in the digital age.
ARM says it's ready for the iPhone June 22, 2007 With more than 90 percent of smart-phone market already using ARM-based chips, CEO Warren East loves all the attention on iPhone.
Apple: It's showtime September 12, 2006 At Apple's special event in San Francisco Tuesday, it was all about the movies.
Zune details unzipped September 28, 2006 Microsoft announces release date and price, which means Zune will compete directly with Apple's 30GB iPod. Photos: Microsoft presses play on Zune
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