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The Amazon Kindle adds Twitter and Facebook support, Starbucks is offering free Wi-Fi for all, and a redesigned Mac Mini comes to the Apple Store.
Learn how to configure an iPod Touch using Apple's iTunes software, and get tips on using the Touch's e-mail, Wi-Fi, and parental controls.
Acer has even more competition in the small laptop market while they set their sites on desktops, Starbucks now officially has free Wi-Fi, and we're still counting down the days until next week's iPhone news.
During his presentation in San Francisco on Wednesday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs discusses the new iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, as well as the YouTube application that will be a feature on the new iPod Touch.
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.
Our top gift choice in the MP3 player and PVP category this year, the second-generation iPod Touch includes features that are light-years ahead of the competition, including games, email, Wi-Fi music downloads, video rentals, and an integrated App Store for adding thousands of custom features.
Netflix partners with TiVo to stream movies to your DVR, The Beatles may come to "Rock Band," and an early look at games coming soon to the iPod Touch and iPhone.
The American Heart Association endorses Nintendo, Starbucks gives its "mayors" a discount, and the Internet increases your sense of well being.
The second-generation iPod Touch includes features that are light-years ahead of the competition, its design has improved, and its price has finally come down to earth.
The 4th-generation iPod Touch is still hanging around, offering the best bang for your buck when it comes to buying-in to Apple's iOS ecosystem.