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Wednesday, 28 August 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Clues point towards Apple secretly designing a cellular phone and PDA to go along with their ultra-sexy iPod music storage device. MacWorld magazine notes Apple co-founder and CEO, Steven Jobs, mentioning Apple’s Inkwell technology making a return for the big new OS update, OS x.2 (Jaguar). Inkwell is sophisticated handwriting software that was developed years ago for Apple’s failed PDA, The Newton.
Tuesday, 20 August 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Small, lightweight and ergonomically designed for fast and easy operation, Panasonic's ultra-portable SV-SD50 e-wear(TM) SD player offers up to 30 hours of uninterrupted play on just one "AAA" size battery. Triple decoders (for MP3, WMA (1) and AAC (2) formats) offer a broad range of cross-platform digital music options. The new player will be available early September and will have a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $149.95.
Wednesday, 17 July 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Powered by a new campaign to switch over PC users to Macintosh OSX, Steven Jobs, Apple’s CEO announced today that the highly touted iPod music storage device will now support Windows and PC users. Jobs is betting that PC users will find the ultra-sleek and non-Microsoft based iPod OS will lure people over to re-look at the new Macintosh operating system. Apple also lowered the price of both of its current iPods to $299 for the 1000 song 5 Gig model and $399 for the 10 Gig 2000 song model. They are also going to release a 4000 song unit priced at $499. The PC version will be available in August 2002.
Thursday, 13 June 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Escient Convergence Corp. announced that the company's new digital and physical music management system, FireBall ($1,999), now also provides free access to 60 high-speed, high-quality Sirius Satellite Radio (Nasdaq: SIRI) stations.
Wednesday, 01 August 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
ReQuest Multimedia, one of the biggest players in the rapidly growing hard drive-based digital music genre, announced the addition of the AudioReQuest Zone (ARQ Zone) to the company’s AudioReQuest Pro (ARQ Pro) Digital Music System product line. Utilizing ReQuest’s patent-pending synchronization process, the new ARQ Zone can automatically replicate the ARQ Pro’s entire stored music collection and playlists æ more than 450 hours worth æ over high-speed Ethernet connections onto its internal hard drive, giving music lovers the ability to hear different songs play at the same time throughout the house. The ARQ Zone also acts as a backup system to protect the user’s valuable music collection investment.
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