iPod touch

  • Fancy Moleskin iPhone & iPad Cases Prompt Question: What Do You Look For In A Case?

    So here’s an honest question: how do you guys go about looking for and buying an iPhone/iPad/iPod touch case? Do you go to device-specific sites (like iLounge) and look up case reviews? Troll message boards? Search on Amazon for “iphone case”? Or do you go to Wal-Mart (or wherever), go to the iPhone aisle, and pick up the first thing you see? I haven’t bought a case… Read More

  • Microsoft Upgrades Bing iPhone App With New Travel, Maps Features

    Microsoft has released an updated Bing for Mobile iPhone and iPod Touch app. The updated app brings with it new features for the mobile versions of Bing Travel and Maps. Read More

  • iPod Touch: No Vibration, Only 256MB Of RAM, Slightly Inferior Screen

    The teardowns and close-lookings-at of the new iPod touch have revealed a few things. First, there actually is no vibrating motor, as thought earlier, and second, the new iPod touch has half of the iPhone 4’s RAM at 256MB. What does this mean? Read More

  • Are You Getting New iStuff This Season?


    With reviews trickling out of the new iGear, I wonder if anyone is actively updating and why? Do you need another iPod Touch right now? Are you really going to wear the Nano on your wrist? And you’re lying if you say you’re getting a Nano because only crazy people buy Nanos. Thoughts? I’ve added a little Twitter comment box below so start commenting. I think I’ll get… Read More

  • Review: iPod Touch, iPod Nano, and iPod Shuffle

    I remember my first iPod very well. Shockingly, I was a little late to the party, waiting until the fourth generation iPod (now called the “iPod classic”) in 2004 to join the revolution. And I only bought one because I was planning to drive out to California (from Ohio) and I wanted enough music storage to last me the entire trip. I remember unboxing it and thinking: “wow, I… Read More

  • The New iPod Order: Click Wheel Dethroned, Touch Screen Crowned

    The New iPod Order: Click Wheel Dethroned, Touch Screen Crowned

    I remember my first iPod very well. Shockingly, I was a little late to the party, waiting until the fourth generation iPod (now called the “iPod classic”) in 2004 to join the revolution. And I only bought one because I was planning to drive out to California (from Ohio) and I wanted enough music storage to last me the entire trip. I remember unboxing it and thinking: “wow, I… Read More

  • iPod Touch Has a Vibrating Motor For Facetime Calls

    This just in: the new iPod Touch with front-facing camera (aka the iPhone Lite) has a built-in vibrating motor for notifications, including silent call notifications. Why is this important? Well, presumably the iPod Touch is now a Facetime phone and definitely needs new ways to interact with the user. I’m personally very excited. Read More

  • FCC Reveals Inside Of New iPod Touch

    With today’s announcement of the new iPod Touch, you know there are certain people just itching to take a look at the inside, to tear it apart and see what changes have been made since the last time Apple updated the popular PMP player. Bad news boys; the FCC beat you to the punch. Read More

  • Round-up: Our Take On Apple’s New Media Devices

    Apple’s new lineup has been announced: A new iPod touch with a Retina display and dual cameras, a bite-sized touchscreen Nano, a sandwich-sized stream-only Apple TV, and updates to both iTunes and iOS, improving their social and gaming capabilities. We’ve got the news in about 20 separate posts, sure, but we have yet to apply our keen blogging sense to the announcements… Read More

  • Apple Announces The New iPod Touch: Dual Cameras, Retina Screen


    Apple unveiled the new iPod touch today at their special event, along with several other music- and media-related devices. Of course, we’ve been hearing murmurs and leaks about it for some time now, and the new device pretty much tallies with our expectations. Read More

  • Preview: Apple's Ping Music Social Network In Action On iOS [Pictures]

    One of the big announcements at Apple’s event today was Ping, the music social network that Apple has baked into iTunes. But it’s not just on iTunes for the computer, it’s also a part of iTunes on the iPhone and iPod touch. This will be a part of the new iOS 4.1 release which is going out to developers right now, and should be out for consumers next week. In the demo area… Read More