Meet the SKEYE Nano Drone ($34.99), the shockingly agile and tiny flying machine, perfect for airborne stunts (like figure 8s, banking turns, flips, etc) both indoors and out. Read the rest
Graphics cards have always been huge peripherals on a computer that emits a lot of heat, consumes power and is not friendly unless you are a geek. If you believe everything said above, you are probably going to be completely baffled when AMD comes out with their amazingly big gun, titled the Radeon R9 Nano. Show More Summary
If you needed proof that good things come in small packages, look no further than the SKEYE Nano Drone, the world’s smallest precision-controlled quadcopter. Hit the skies for $34.99 at the BGR Store. Flips, turns, figure-eights, barrel...Show More Summary
The world of products competing for your ears these days is incredibly crowded, from the multitude of budget Bluetooth speakers on up to Sonos and others aiming to drag your dad's treasured hi-fi into the 21st century with top-notch wireless sound. Show More Summary
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Often, very cheap, basic little city cars have problems with status. They’re perceived as little rolling penalty boxes, an added insult to the need for frugality. That’s why Tata’s well-designed Nano sold slower than it was expected to — few people want to be seen in what’s known as a “cheap” car. Show More Summary
Apple updated its line of iPods this week, but unfortunately, you won’t be able to use Apple Music on the two cheaper iPod options, the new iPod nano ($149) and iPod shuffle ($49). According to Apple blog 9to5Mac, Apple is disallowing Apple Music from its cheaper iPods to prevent piracy. Show More Summary
The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — The new iPods are here: iPod touch, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle, and Serenity Caldwell, Rich Stevens, and Rene Ritchie check them out! Support the iMore show: Visit lynda.com/imore to start your free 10-day trial. Show More Summary
So you think you might be in the market for one of those colorful new iPod nanos or shuffles that Apple refreshed earlier this week. Be aware as you consider the new music player that the Nano and Shuffle models reportedly will not sync offline Apple Music songs. Show More Summary
A couple of days ago, Apple launched new iPods. There is the recently refreshed iPod touch with brand new hardware, and the iPod nano and iPod shuffle, both of which got a new coat of paint. Unfortunately if you were hoping to be able to use Apple Music with the iPod nano and iPod shuffle, you’d be out of luck. Show More Summary
Thinking about a new iPod to take advantage of offline listening in Apple Music? You'll want to hold off for now. In an attempt to curb piracy, tracks downloaded for offline listening in Apple Music will not work on the new iPod Shuffle or Nano, reports 9to5 Mac. Show More Summary
Following up on this morning’s unboxing and comparison gallery of the sixth-generation iPod touch, we now have a comparison of the additional colors of the new iPod touch, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle below. Unlike the sixth-generation...Show More Summary
You might have heard some discussing the state of Apple Music on the iPod nano and shuffle, two products that just got a minor facelift alongside a larger refresh for their bigger brother, the iPod touch. And you might have already guessed that streaming to the devices was a no-go from the lack of Wi-Fi […]
This article is intended to help you get started with battery monitoring and the buzzer feature present in MultiWii. We'll cover proper connections / wiring and software setup as it relates to the Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano flight controller (MultiWii compatible). Show More Summary
Even with Apple Music advertised prominently in the iPod section of Apple's online store, neither the iPod nano nor the iPod shuffle can sync Apple Music tracks cached offline, according to a report.
In a world of iPhones and iPads, iPods nevertheless continue to have a place at Apple, and Wednesday's update of the iPod touch -- plus new colors for the Nano and Shuffle -- raise the question of which iPod, if any, a person should buy.
Earlier today, Apple released a refreshed iPod touch with a faster processor, improved cameras, and new color and storage options. The iPod shuffle and nano also saw minor refreshes with the two devices now being available in dark blue, pink, and gold variations. Apple’s overdue iPod refresh, however, has prompted many users to wonder if it’s […]
Out of the shadows of the iPhone, Apple has revealed a refreshed line of iPods, complete with new colors for the iPod nano and iPod shuffle, and a new and improved iPod touch. Here's why you should be interested in them.
The new iPods may be pretty, but only the iPod touch can sync Apple Music tracks. Though Rene and I had speculated about Apple revamping the iPod nano and shuffle line to include some sort of Bluetooth authentication for Apple Music, it looks as though the iPod line won't get access to offline copies of Apple's newest streaming service. Show More Summary