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The 'father of the iPod' has designed a new kind of mechanical watch

The Ressence Type 2 e-Crown concept pairs a mechanical watch to a phone.  It allows the user to set the time and change time-zones with a tap of the watch glass.  The design of the e-Crown was contributed to by former Apple designerShow More Summary

The 'father of the iPod' says tech addiction would worry Steve Jobs if he were alive today

Steve Jobs would be concerned about the growing trend of people being obsessed with their smartphones, former Apple designer Tony Fadell said in a recent interview. Speaking to Cheddar, Fadell said Jobs would say something akin to "Hey,...Show More Summary

Facebook brings Messenger Kids to Fire tablets

Messenger Kids, Facebook’s new app designed to allow those under the age of 13 to more safely communicate thanks to parental controls, is today launching on Fire tablets. The service had originally debuted on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch in early December, but today’s launch will also see it arrive on the Amazon Appstore in the U.S., as well. Show More Summary

How to Transfer Music From an Old iPod to Your Computer or iPhone

Do you have an old iPod or two from the last decade lying around gathering dust? Do they still have old music on them that you no longer have in any other form? Well, dust them off, because you can rescue the music from your old iPod. Show More Summary

11 years ago today, Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone

Eleven years ago today Steve Jobs announced a wide-screen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough internet device. But it wasn't three products. It was one product. And we got it, Steve. We got iPhone. on...Show More Summary

News: Daily Deal: TOUCHBEAT Smart Drum Kit

Today in iLounge Deals, we’re offering the TOUCHBEAT Smart Drum Kit for only $69. This cutting-edge innovation will let you play drums right on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, letting you kick out the jams anywhere you go. Plus, the free app helps you learn to play drums, with interactive games that developer your skills. Get the TOUCHBEAT Smart Drum Kit now for only $69...

iHome unveils bedside alarm clock powered by Google Assistant

Beginning way back in 2005, SDI Technologies off-shoot iHome built its home audio reputation off the back of the iH5 iPod docking station that doubled as a clock radio. More than ten years later, iHome now offers a range of speakers and headphone systems for myriad use cases, and among those are a fledgling line […]

One of the creators of the iPhone said Apple needs to address phone addiction (AAPL)

iPhone and iPod co-creator Tony Fadell criticised Apple and other Silicon Valley firms for not doing enough to tackle smartphone and internet addiction in children and adults. Fadell wrote that Apple and other firms had become good at...Show More Summary

Older iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices may be affected by ‘Spectre’ security flaw

A pair of severe security issues could allow hackers to steal data from your computers and mobile devices, recent discoveries have shown, with Intel-powered computers being the most susceptible to such an attack. Several companies, including...Show More Summary

Fans of the Fat Nano Unite

On Tuesday, in an aside regarding Rick Tetzeli’s description of the original iPod click wheel as “clunky”, I wrote: Also, a personal niggle: I don’t think there was anything “clunky” about the original iPod scroll wheel. In fact, I liked...Show More Summary

ARM security update suggests some iPhones, iPads, iPods and Apple TVs may be affected by CPU bug

Following clarification that what was initially reported as an Intel chip bug also affects AMD processors and ARM-based chips, Intel’s CEO has said that ‘phones and everything’ will be impacted. A security update by ARM suggests that a number of iPhones, iPads, iPods and Apple TVs may be affected … more…

Are there any good portable MP3 players for blind and visually impaired people?

Annabelle has been using an Apple iPod Shuffle but the battery is going. Is there a cheap and suitable music player she should replace it with? I am a blind young woman who absolutely loves listening to music. Does anybody out thereShow More Summary

Here's How Stars Welcomed 2018 On Instagram

It's 2018, people! Can you believe it? It seems like just yesterday we were getting accustomed to DVR and iPods; now—18 years later—here we are. At the close of the year, many of us were out celebrating with family and friends, or snuggled up on the couch with our favorite movies, music, and vision board supplies. Show More Summary

Tony Fadell Q&A: Post-Nest life in Paris, investing in deep tech, and his global search for inspiration

As big names in Silicon Valley go, Tony Fadell is right up there among the biggest. Credited with creating the iPod for Apple, working on the iPhone, and founding smart home pioneer Nest, Fadell has a resume that’s hard to beat. But here’s the thing: He no longer lives in Silicon Valley. He sold Nest […]

Is it Too Late to Get Into the Smart Home Market?

Nest is doing a number on HVAC companies the way the iPod and iPhone did to music players and phones. Yet, as we have detailed before, as gorgeous as Nest thermostats can be, they can also be problematic, if your wiring isn't compatible.We...Show More Summary

Apple GymKit is coming to a treadmill near you

It’s been half a decade since Apple transitioned to the lighting connector, and still I regularly see the long-retired iPod 30-pin cable flopping off treadmill dashboards at gyms all around the country. It’s impossible to say how any of this will look five years from now, but at the very least, Apple’s new GymKit offering is certainly more refined than most of what’s… Read More

Apple Buys Shazam In $400 Million Deal

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The Guardian reports: Apple has bought Shazam, a London-based app that allows smartphone users to identify music, for a reported $400m (£300m). The US company, which revolutionised music with the introduction of the the iPod and iPhone, said Shazam was a natural fit for its Apple Music streaming service. Show More Summary

Edgar Wright Talks ‘Baby Driver’ Sequel

By Max Covill Baby might need some new iPods to hold all the new music coming in a sequel. The article Edgar Wright Talks ‘Baby Driver’ Sequel appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Digital Cancon, the Sequel: CRTC Broadcast Consult Sparks Demands for Everything from Internet and iPod Taxes to Website Blocking to Abandoning Net Neutrality

Canadians could be forgiven for thinking that the policies associated Cancon in a digital world largely wrapped up with the release of the government's policy in September. Canadian Heritage Minister Melanie Joly spent months crisscrossing...Show More Summary

Facebook rolls out a Messenger app just for kids

It's no surprise that kids are using technology at a pretty young age these days, and a key part of that is using it to communicate with friends and family. But most kids tend to use tablets or iPod Touches that don't have phone numbers,...Show More Summary

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