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Friday, 16 December 2005 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
You arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare and dig into your attaché case for the trusty iPod only to realize that it’s still connected to your G5 desktop at home – what would you do? Normally you’d have to give up on the dream of listening to some tunes on the plane ride and read a magazine or perhaps buy some headphones from the airport gift shop and awkwardly listen to any music you might have on a your laptop computer. If Zoom Shops newest invention catches on, chances are strong that forgetful travelers with a credit card and a thing for impulse buys will never have to suffer without an iPod again. In Atlanta’s Hartsfield International and San Francisco International airports, new vending machines have popped up that will let travelers purchase iPod minis, iPod shuffles, cell phones, digital cameras and other small electronics gadgets.
Tuesday, 25 October 2005 ,  Written by
Qsonix has launched a digital music management system capable of storing up to 7,500 CDs that it claims is the first of its kind to offer a drag & drop user interface. Users can manage entire music collections through a touchscreen display panel, dragging and dropping individual tracks or complete albums to manage their music playlists, eliminating the use of menus or extra steps found on other systems. The Q100 DME ($5,495 MSRP) comes with either 160GBs or 400GBs of hard disk storage and a 15-inch TFT LCD touchscreen controller that can be integrated with leading home automation solutions.
Monday, 15 August 2005 ,  Written by
For those looking to soup up their iPods, Monitor Audio is bringing their i-deck speakers over from the UK, promising to turn the personal player into a stereo sound system with audiophile quality and sleek looks to match.
Monday, 01 August 2005 ,  Written by
It has been one year since Hewlett Packard and Apple partnered up allowing HP to resell their own version of the iPod but now both companies have confirmed the end of the agreement. HP’s iPod was identical to the Apple iPod, but branded as a HP product. Claiming the iPod does not fit with the company’s current digital entertainment strategy, HP says they will stop selling the player by late September. The company says they will continue to offer support for current HP iPod owners.
Saturday, 30 July 2005 ,  Written by
Samsung has partnered up with XM Satellite Radio to offer two portable MP3 players with satellite radio capabilities, using flash memory and XM’s own Connect-and-Play technology. Players will be available in two different storage capacities by the end of the year and will come with an XM Radio home accessory kit.
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