Ep. 150: Software squabbles, fitness fanaticism, and headphone hotness Video
Everybody dance now! Or, you know, do any other type of workout that appeals to you, though dancing definitely wouldn't be a stretch with Sony's latest W-Series Walkman. This week, Jasmine and Donald discuss the usefulness of this sweat-resistant MP3 player-cum-headphones as well as the expeditious availability of the new 64GB Zune. Also, join us for a brief rant about the first two phones set to run the Zune music player software.
The Sony W-Series Walkman is a great option for active users who want an all-in-one music device to use while working out.
The W-Series Walkman is Sony’s solution for active users who want an all-in-one music device to use while working out.Ep. 154: That's Classic
Will Apple drop the iPod Classic from production when the company introduces its next generation of MP3 players in the fall? That is the chief concern of the MP3 Insiders on this week's podcast. Also, Donald and Jasmine ramble on about the best non-iPod MP3 players for Macs and the best MP3 players for podcasts, and they weigh in on a fitness-friendly MP3 player from Haier and some stupendous portable headphones from Ultrasone. Finally, SweetFM and Spotify have got Donald all hot & bothered. Find out why.Roxy Reference 430 headphones
The Roxy Reference 430 headphones feature a vivid design that should appeal to any ladies fond of Roxy's fashions, but comfort and construction may cause some issues. If possible, try before you buy.Wii Fit
Wii Fit will help you work up a sweat, but it's not as smooth and fun a workout as you'd probably like.Ep. 101: Verizon launches Droid attack
The Droid is coming! The Droid is coming! In case you haven't heard, Verizon's first Google Android phone is on the way and the carrier isn't holding anything back, taking some not-so-subtle swipes at the beloved iPhone. We're not going to lie; it's pretty fun to watch. Also on this week's episode, we take a look at the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 and some new senior- and wallet-friendly cell phones from Consumer Cellular.Find your missing iPhone voice mails
If you haven't received voice mail recently and are wondering where all your friends and family have gone, we'll show you a trick to retrieve your messages.Loaded: Microsoft just won't quit
We haven't heard the last of the Microsoft and Yahoo tango. AT&T breaks up with Dish Network. Blockbuster ditches Circuit City. Plus, another band releases music straight to Rock Band, skipping State Fair fate!Ep. 152 - X, Zii, and why?
Jasmine and Donald bring the Sony X-Series Walkman into the studio for some hands-on analysis. Creative shows signs of life with an FCC filing for a new touch screen portable media player. Apple laughs all the way to the bank.