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Gadget makers face the music

It's still an iPod world, Dell learns to its dismay. Meanwhile, Sony Ericsson and others are blending tunes and phones.

It's still an iPod world, Dell learns to its dismay. Meanwhile, Sony Ericsson and others are blending tunes and phones.

Apple rolls out 1GB Nano

Newest edition of the device, priced at $149, offers same basic features as the 2GB and 4GB Nano.
February 7, 2006

Dell bids adieu to hard-drive music players

Pocket DJs never made headway against the iPod, so PC maker is focusing on flash-memory music players instead.
February 6, 2006

Sony Ericsson's music-playing messenger

The M600 sexes up mobile e-mail with an iPod-esque design, and dumbs down the smart-phone tag.
February 6, 2006

The iPod ecosystem

The forest of products includes a baby stroller with a slot for an iPod and a belt with an iPod holder as the buckle.
The New York Times
February 3, 2006

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The latest Nano, priced at $149, holds up to 240 songs or 15,000 photos. Oh, and the Shuffle is now cheaper.
February 7, 2006

Sony Ericsson plans to release the M600 in the U.K. sometime in the spring.
February 6, 2006

Cingular Wireless is charging customers who sign a two-year service contract $199.99 for Motorola's Slvr phone.
January 31, 2006

The PC maker is taking aim at the popular iPod Shuffle with its $99 DJ Ditty flash player.
September 22, 2005