iPod

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A small portable unit for storing and playing digital media, including music, videos, photos, podcasts, etc., produced by Apple since 2001
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Unlike traditional radio broadcasts that happen on a set schedule, or Internet streams that you can't hear without being tied to your computer, podcasts are downloadable audio files that users can listen to at their leisure using either an application like Apple's iTunes or a portable device such as an MP3 player or Apple iPod. The Yamaha B&O podcast is available through iTunes, and listeners can tune in--and subscribe for automatic future updates--by following the easy instructions at www.yamaha.com/podcasts.
All participants can also enter a prize draw to win an Apple iPod nano.
Music nuts who expect a huge music selection would probably prefer an Apple iPod with a phone, and this is not it
The effect of the Apple iPod is something that can't be overlooked when it comes to car audio and consumer expectations.
Music options provide as many as seven ways to enjoy audio, including XM Satellite Radio, MP3 and WMA support, and an accessory Apple iPod adapter that connects to the Civic's audio controls.
Circuit City: Logic 3 i-station for Apple iPod and iPod mini, $99.99
According to BAAQMD, commuters who use alternative transportation -- such as buses, rail and light rail, ferries, trains or bikes -- during the month of September will be eligible to win an Apple iPod and Bose SoundDock Digital Music System.
Podcasts are homemade MP3 recordings that allow anyone with the available technology transfer audio programs to listeners with an Apple iPod or other portable MP3 players.
Members who do so before May 31, 2005, will be automatically entered for a chance to win an Apple iPod Shuffle.
Two thirds of British teenagers know how much an Apple iPod mini costs, but three quarters have no idea of the price of a pint of milk.
A short ten months ago, Altec Lansing Technologies, Inc., the leader in the design and manufacture of Powered Audio products, redefined portable sound with the debut of the inMotion audio system for the Apple iPod. Now Altec Lansing does high quality, compact audio one better: introducing the next generation inMotion iM3 for the iPod family, including its little sister, the iPod mini.
Starting summer 2004, HP will begin selling a digital music player based on the Apple iPod. As part of the deal, HP consumer PCs and laptops will ship with the Apple iTunes Jukebox installed.