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Media players on parade

SanDisk takes on RealNetworks as a dance partner, hot on the heels of Microsoft's Zune news and the latest iPods.

Apple Computer has all but got a lock on the market, but that's not stopping others from making noise about their own gadgetry.

RealNetworks loads up SanDisk media players

Starting with new Sansa e200 gadgets, Real is counting on consumers wanting to take a "music library" from one device to another.
September 18, 2006

If you buckle up, they will watch

Nothing says "look at me" like playing video clips on a palm-size player that doubles as a belt buckle. Behold the Egokast.
The New York Times
September 16, 2006

Video belt buckle

photos The Egokast lets you broadcast videos to the world--from your midriff.
September 16, 2006

Microsoft hopes to sell Zune using brown, not green

Software maker won't replace tracks bought on iTunes as rumors suggested, but the Zune will come in a unique color.
September 14, 2006

photos Microsoft raises the curtain on its challenge to the iPod, the Zune digital media player.
September 14, 2006

Microsoft unwraps Zune for holiday season

The media player will come in white, brown and black and lets you share a song up to three times over three days.
September 14, 2006

Apple forges path to digital living room

At event in S.F., company unveils new iPods, movies on iTunes, and device that links PCs to TVs.
September 12, 2006

photos Steve Jobs takes the stage to talk up entertainment offerings including new iPods, an iTV box and movie downloads.
September 12, 2006