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Apple's dropping bombs all over CNET...in the form of brand-new iPods and a freshly updated iTunes, that is. You know what that means: harried editors scrambling to get you all the freshest details. This week's podcast has all you want to know about iTunes 9 and the updates to the iPod Shuffle, Nano, Classic, and Touch. Plus, plenty of video demonstrating the fifth-generation Nano's many new features.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs reveals the next-generation iPod Nano. New features include video, voice recording, an FM radio, and a pedometer.
Apple's fifth-generation iPod Nano breathes new life into an old design by adding features such as a video camera, FM radio, voice recording, and a pedometer.
The iPod Classic is just like the Video iPod, only slimmer, tougher, and injected with a more visually rich graphic user interface.
The iPod Nano and the Zen V Plus are two mighty (and tiny) flash players! Who will come out on top?
Get a hands-on look at Apple's fifth-generation iPod Nano and see what Senior Editor Donald Bell has to say about its new video camera, radio, and pedometer features.
The sixth generation of the iPod Nano is the smallest yet, but it comes at the expense of valuable features and practical controls--and there's no reduction in price.
The popular Videora iPod Converter is more than meets the eye, optimizing video files for iPod, iPod Nano, iPod Touch, and iPhone. It'll grab videos straight from YouTube, too.
iPod Touches and Nanos are coming in September; we'll see smaller iPads by the end of this year; and a new iPod Shuffle may feature a small screen.
The iPod Nano packs an impressive selection of features into an incredibly small design, but its appeal is overshadowed by Apple's entry-level iPod Touch.