IPods

  • Remembering Steve Jobs on his first death anniversary October 5, 2012

    The man who shaped contemporary consumer technology died on October 5, 2011. Steve Jobs battled cancer and other health issues for several years and had a rare form of pancreatic cancer. He helped change computers from a geeky hobbyist's obsession to a necessity of modern life at work and home, and...
  • Federal judge rejects ban on Apple imports September 16, 2012

    New York: In a preliminary move, a federal judge has denied Samsung's request for a ban on imports of the iPhone, iPad and iPod. It's another setback for Samsung in a globe-spanning legal battle, where each company is accusing the other of violating its patents. A judge at the International Trade Commission...
  • Apple did not violate Samsung patents: US judge September 15, 2012

    Washington: Apple did not violate patents owned by Samsung Electronics in making the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad, a judge at the International Trade Commission said in a preliminary ruling on Friday. Apple and Samsung have taken their bruising patent disputes to some 10 countries as they vie for market share...
  • iPhone 5 accessories could be blessing and curse September 13, 2012

    San Francisco: Along with a new iPhone 5, Apple unveiled accessories Wednesday that could prove to be a blessing and a curse for customers: a set of earbuds that are meant to fit comfortably in more people's ears, and a new adapter that will be needed to plug the new...
  • Price list: iPhone 5, iPod Touch, Nano September 13, 2012

    New Delhi: Apple launched a range of new devices at its event on Wednesday, including the much-awaited iPhone 5, the new iPod Touch and the new iPod nano. The iPhone 5 sports a larger 4-inch "retina" display, ability to surf a high-speed 4G LTE network, and is 20 percent lighter...
  • Apple iPod Touch goes 4-inch, upgrade for Nano September 13, 2012

    New Delhi: Alongside the iPhone 5 launch, Apple also announced the launch of the new lineup of the its portable media players - all-new iPod touch and reinvented iPod nano. The new iPod touch is said to be the thinnest iPod touch ever, and has a 4-inch Retina display. It...
  • Apple likely to debut 4-inch iPod touch on Sep 12 September 10, 2012

    New Delhi: With rumours rife about the announcement of next-generation iPhone, unofficially dubbed iPhone 5, on September 12, speculations are now emerging about the launch of new iPods on the same day. If reports are to be believed, Apple is planning to launch redesigned iPods - iPod touch, iPod...
  • Patent war: Apple fires closing shots at Samsung August 18, 2012

    San Jose: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd abused its "monopoly power" and demanded an unreasonable royalty from Apple Inc for the use of wireless patents in the iPhone, hurting the device's commercial prospects, Apple experts testified. Richard Donaldson, a former lead patents attorney for Texas Instruments Inc, told the court on Friday...
  • US: Man boasts magnetic attachment to iPod May 15, 2012

    New Jersey: Professional body piercer Dave Hurban is a man attached to his iPod. Literally. Hurban, 21, who works in a tattoo parlor in Newfield, New Jersey, implanted four metal studs in the skin of his wrist and secured his iPod to them magnetically. "I just invented the strapless watch," he said...
  • Happy birthday! Steve Jobs February 24, 2012

    Had Steve Jobs been alive today, it would have been his 57th birthday. The man who shaped contemporary consumer technology died on October 5, 2011. He battled cancer and other health issues for several years and had a rare form of pancreatic cancer. The Silicon Valley icon, who gave the world...
  • Tech Toyz: Musical Special February 18, 2012

    In this episode, we tell you about various useful devices to make listening music more entertaining. ...
  • Apple recalls first-gen iPod nano November 13, 2011

    San Francisco: Apple has unveiled a worldwide replacement programme for the first-generation iPod nano music player due to overheating battery issues, telling owners to stop using the product and get it replaced for free, Xinhua reported. "Apple has determined that, in very rare cases, the battery in the iPod nano (1st...
  • Steve Jobs died of respiratory arrest, tumor October 11, 2011

    New York: Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs died of respiratory arrest caused by a pancreatic tumor, according to the death certificate. Jobs died last Wednesday at his home in Palo Alto, California, at about 3 pm, according to the certificate, which lists 'respiratory arrest' as the immediate cause of death...
  • Is Jobs the Edison of the 21st century? October 6, 2011

    Digital Entrepreneur Alok Kejriwal said Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has educated even his competitors about technology and innovation....
  • Apple unveils a faster, more powerful iPhone October 5, 2011

    Cupertino: Apple Inc. unveiled a new iPhone on Tuesday that is faster and more powerful but stops short of a more radical upgrade. It said Sprint customers in US will now be able to use one. The new iPhone 4S has an improved camera with a higher-resolution sensor. The processor is...
  • Apple unveils a new iPhone, 4S October 4, 2011

    Cupertino: Apple is unveiling a new iPhone. The iPhone 4S will run faster and has new mobile software that can sync content wirelessly, without having to plug an iPhone to a Mac or Windows machine. Apple Inc. made the announcement at its first major product event in years without Steve Jobs...
  • German court upholds injunction against Samsung September 9, 2011

    Duesseldorf: A German court on Friday upheld an injunction requested by Apple barring the sales of Samsung Galaxy tablets in Germany. Samsung has been locked in a battle with Apple over smartphone and tablet patents since April. The Galaxy devices are seen as among the biggest challengers to Apple's mobile devices,...
  • Samsung asks US to ban iPad, iPhone imports June 30, 2011

    Seoul: Samsung asked the US International Trade Commission to ban the importation of Apple's iPhones, iPads and iPods, ratcheting up its dispute against Apple. The filing, dated Tuesday, says Apple's iPhone, iPod digital music player and iPad tablet infringe on five of Samsung's patents involving telecommunications standards and user interface inventions. Samsung...
  • iPod, check. Queen Elizabeth now wants an iPad May 10, 2011

    London: The Queen has asked her staff to buy her an iPad -- and the princes think "it is hilarious". Prince William and Prince Harry have given the 85-year-old queen a crash course on using the touchscreen tablets, The Sun reported. She will be able to browse internet, play music and games...
  • Apple's succession call rejected by shareholders February 24, 2011

    Cupertino: Apple Inc shareholders rejected demands that the company disclose a succession plan for ailing chief Steve Jobs, and the company kept mum on how many had backed that proposal. The reluctance to reveal details of the vote on a proposal by the Central Laborers' Pension Fund raised speculation that a...
  • Multitasking, wireless printing come to iPad November 23, 2010

    Seattle: Apple Inc. released new software Monday that lets owners of the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad to print wirelessly over Wi-Fi networks. Apple first described some of the new features in iOS 4.2, the operating software for the Apple gadgets, at a media event in September. The iPhone, iPod Touch and...
  • Girl uses iPod to prevent kidnapping October 31, 2010

    Washington: A quick-thinking 12-year-old girl in the US prevented herself from being kidnapped when she held up her iPod Touch - a music player which looks like a phone - and told the would-be kidnapper she was calling the police. The quick-thinking girl from Stanton in Delaware state was standing on...
  • Bill Gates' wife reveals Apple ban at home October 26, 2010

    San Francisco: The Seattle-lakefront mansion that is home to Bill Gates and his family is renowned for incorporating the finest of the world's consumer technology. But don't expect to see any Apple products there if you're ever invited over to the house of the Microsoft founder. Melinda Gates, wife of the world's...
  • Teachers let students keep iPods in class October 18, 2010

    In a new way to keep students interested in class, teachers in Canada have allowed the students to let them use their cellphones and iPods. ...
  • Rolling Stones, Dylan dominate Obama's iPod September 28, 2010

    Washington : President Barack Obama's taste in music still tilts toward the classics of his childhood. But with the help of his younger aides - and his daughters - the president says his collection is becoming a bit more hip. In an interview with 'Rolling Stone' magazine, Obama says his...
  • Review: New iPods get it right, as expected September 23, 2010

    San Francisco: By now, Apple's introduction of new iPods each fall is about as surprising as kids going back to school. And, as usual, many of the changes CEO Steve Jobs announced this month were expected, such as the addition of cameras to the iPod Touch. But Apple Inc. took some risks...
  • The new iPod touch: practically a smartphone September 20, 2010

    San Francisco: Apple has reloaded the iPod. The world's most watched gadget maker can now legitimately claim that the new version of the iPod touch is more than just a media player. Most notably, the device now includes the "Face Time" video conferencing service, allowing users to telephone over the internet. The...
  • Apple's new 'iWatch' can be worn on the wrist September 9, 2010

    London: Apple launched the nifty new iPod nano dubbed 'iWatch', arguably the smallest music player in the market which can be worn on the wrist. It is functionally similar to the iPod and iPhone and also boasts a 'multi-touch' screen, allowing more than one finger to be used on the...
  • Apple launches cheaper iPods, Web-to-TV device September 2, 2010

    San Francisco: Apple Inc unveiled a smaller, cheaper version of its Web-to-TV device on Wednesday, stepping up a battle with Google Inc and Microsoft Corp for control of the digital living room. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs also rolled out a completely overhauled lineup of iPod media players and the latest version...