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  • Kickster iPod nano case designed by users

    Kickster iPod nano case designed by users

    This is a pretty impressive feat of design work by a community of iPod nano users over at Quirky.com. The Kickster is a $14.35 iPod nano case that features a hard shell, cord wrap, and a kickstand that bends outward for use on a tabletop or swings downward to double as a hand grip while using the iPod nano to shoot video footage. Read More

  • Flip camcorder, iPod nano video quality compared

    The folks over at NewTeeVee took the “Flip SD,” as they called it – no real clarification if it was the bigger Flip Ultra or smaller Flip Mino camcorder – and did a side-by-side video quality comparison against the new iPod nano. You’ll recall that during the Apple presentation last Wednesday, Jobs and company took a few direct shots at the line of Flip cameras. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: New 16GB iPod nano for $170

    CrunchDeals: New 16GB iPod nano for $170

    Kids! The new iPod nanos are here! Amazon's knocked ten bucks off of the 16GB model, too. It's not much but, hey, ten bucks is ten bucks. Maybe you could use that extra ten bucks to buy yourself something nice, like digital content from iTunes to load onto your new iPod nano Read More

  • iPod nano could get a Nike+ heart rate monitor

    iPod nano could get a Nike+ heart rate monitor

    It's got a pedometer, of that we're sure, but what about a heartrate monitor? Some documentation for a new Nike+ sports kit suggests that the iPod Nano will shortly receive a heart rate monitor. Read More

  • Hands-on with the new iPod nano

    Hands-on with the new iPod nano

    We just got our hands on the new iPod nano. As you can probably tell from the shots, it’s a nearly inch-for-inch match with the last generation. That said, the new colors are absolutely gorgeous. Even in the fairly dim demo room, the colors popped. We didn’t get to spend very much time with the camera, but the camera quality seemed on par with that of the iPhone and significantly… Read More

  • iPod touch 3G and Nano 5G cases are on BestBuy.com! Look! Look!

    iPod touch 3G and Nano 5G cases are on BestBuy.com! Look! Look!

    Apparently Best Buy didn’t get the memo that the new iPods might be delayed because if you look right now, you should see product listings for the unannounced iPods. However, these listings don’t reveal anything new or different than other leaks. It’s just all of us are antsy to see what our glorious master will bestow upon us tomorrow. Read More

  • iPod Nano sleeves made from cassette tapes

    iPod Nano sleeves made from cassette tapes

    Recycling cassettes seems to be a trend these days. Not that there's anything wrong with that. After all, who among us doesn't have a Fine Young Cannibals single that would be better suited to lamp or wallet duty? Or how about these great little Nano cases — a bit pricey, but they're Canadian so you can pay with syrup if you have it. Read More

  • Bad batteries: Apple forced to recall 1st gen iPod nano in South Korea

    Bad batteries: Apple forced to recall 1st gen iPod nano in South Korea

    Looks like the South Korean government has forced Apple to recall the first generation iPod nano over concerns that the battery can overheat, leading to fires. It's the first time that the iPod nano has been recalled. Read More

  • Rumor: 5g iPod nano rendering

    Rumor: 5g iPod nano rendering

    If we are to believe an iLounge tipster, this is what the next iPod nano will look like. The screen ratio will change from 1.33:1 to 1.5:1. the click wheel will be shifted down and shrunk a bit. And yes, it will have a camera. All this in a less scratchable plastic (eww, plastic) matte body. The same tipster states that this new nano will be released with the iPod touch which should be sometime… Read More

  • Scratched iPod nano? Legal settlement could mean money in your pocket

    Scratched iPod nano? Legal settlement could mean money in your pocket

    The Los Angeles County Superior Court is pursuing a settlement for owners of scratched up first-generation iPod nanos. The suit alleges that early runs of the devices “contained a design or manufacturing defect that resulted in excessive scratching.” Read More