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  • The EagleTec USB Nano flash drive: it doesn't get much smaller

    The EagleTec USB Nano flash drive: it doesn't get much smaller

    Will you look at that. That's one tiny flash drive. The EagleTec USB Nano takes small to a whole new, and welcomed, level. No longer are we going to be subject to large appendages sticking out of our laptop's side. Oh now, now that this drive is out from EagleTec, chances are we'll see 'em from other manufacturers too. But really, the EagleTec one seems good 'nough. Read More

  • New underwear burns body fat when worn

    New underwear burns body fat when worn

    Japan-based chemistry company Teijin announced the development of underwear that can burn away body fat. All that wearers need to do is let the fabric hug their skin to generate friction resistance when they go about their daily routines. Read More

  • Coveroo: The Final Countdown for the Be Less Boring Contest

    Coveroo: The Final Countdown for the Be Less Boring Contest

    Alright. You’ve been good kids for the past three days. Now I want to give you an iPod Nano. Here’s how to win. Read More

  • VIA makes Nano official in Samsung NC20

    VIA makes Nano official in Samsung NC20

    No surprise here, but VIA’s issued a press release officially announcing that Samsung’s NC20, the 12-inch successor to the NC10 netbook, does indeed have a VIA Nano CPU – a fact that’s been known for quite some time now. Along with the news, we’ve got some official specs for the soon-to-be-released computer, although we still don’t have official pricing or launch dates. Read More

  • Lenovo eyeing Ion, VIA netbook platforms

    Lenovo eyeing Ion, VIA netbook platforms

    We may see Lenovo netbooks packing NVIDIA and VIA chips pretty soon here. Digitimes is reporting that “Lenovo plans to launch 11.6-inch and 12.1-inch netbooks combining Intel’s Atom processor and Nvidia’s Ion platform in the second quarter of this year.” Read More

  • iPhone nano clones already available for your knock-off pleasure

    iPhone nano clones already available for your knock-off pleasure

    AppleInsider has received photos of an iPhone nano clone that copies the original iPhone almost perfectly but in a considerably smaller form factor. Read More

  • iPhone Nano rumor restarted with a case mockup

    iPhone Nano rumor restarted with a case mockup

    Macworld is mere weeks and there really hasn’t been any substantial rumors besides this one involving a iPhone Nano. Ever since the original iPhone launched, Mac fanboys have been dreaming of a complete iPod-ish lineup that includes a small, nano version. It is widely known, and the source of many leaks, that iPhone/iPod case manufacturers receive basic specs and dimensions of upcoming Apple… Read More

  • Incipio's Lloyd adds a microphone to your 4G iPod Nano

    Incipio's Lloyd adds a microphone to your 4G iPod Nano

    iPod microphone add-ons have been around for…well…as long as the iPod and Incipio has a refreshed model dubbed Lloyd for the new(er) iPod Nano. It simply snaps onto the bottom located dock connector and even features a pass-through headphone jack. All this goodness, including noise reducing design, can be yours for only $17.95. Read More

  • Apple rolls out big 4th gen iPod nano patch

    Apple rolls out big 4th gen iPod nano patch

    Owner of a 4th-gen iPod nano? You might wanna download the 1.0.3 update for your new iPod. The 53MB patch adds Apple in-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic support along with fixes for some Cover Flow issues. Specifically the iPod doesn’t distort Cover Flow when using TV out slideshow and allows you to turn it off when rotating the iPod into a landscape position. So yeah, stop ignoring… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: New iPod Nano for $134.99

    CrunchDeals: New iPod Nano for $134.99

    Been waiting to pull the trigger on the new iPod Nano? Pull, damn it, pull! Amazon.com has the 8GB version for about $15 cheaper than most places. You can also get the 16GB version for $188.54, which is a little over $11 off the regular price of $200. The fourth generation iPod Nano has a new curvy design, shake-to-shuffle feature, and an accelerometer for games, videos, and photos in landscape… Read More

 
  • UK participant in Apple's "Back to School" promo getting the 4G Nano

    UK participant in Apple's "Back to School" promo getting the 4G Nano

    Well isn’t this a load of crap. Apple’s annual “Back to School” event just finished up here in the States, but is apparently getting underway ‘cross the pond. Because of the timing, those lucky Brits will get the new iPod Nano announced last week, with our students getting hosed with the previous generation. More details on Apple’s UK website. via TUAW Read More

  • How to crack open the three new iPods

    How to crack open the three new iPods

    This is kind of a tradition now: new iPods launch and some chump has to tear ‘em apart. RapidRepair happened to chronicle the whole thing and provides instructions for us common folk for when we need to repair our new iPods. 4G Nano, 2G Classic, 2G Touch. Read More

  • Review: iPod Nano 4G

    Review: iPod Nano 4G

    If you don’t own a Nano, get one of these. If you do, you can probably do to wait. The improvements to this model are manifold but not amazingly compelling, especially considering we haven’t had much time to play with the genius features yet. Read More

  • Apple store back online, new iPods ready for you

    Apple store back online, new iPods ready for you

    There you go kiddies. Apple has opened its floodgates for the masses. The new 120GB iPod classic, NIKE+ iPod Touch and 8GB Nano are shipping today, with the 16GB Nano’s shipping early next week and $79, two-way headphones shipping next month. Read More

  • Apple's fourth-gen iPod Nano: new screen and 8 color options

    Apple's fourth-gen iPod Nano: new screen and 8 color options

    Just as we expected, Apple has upgraded the iPod Nano to the thinest evah, with an elongated screen, increased storage capacity, voice recorder, and nine color options. The screen will iPhone-ish rotate between landscape and portrait modes thanks to accelerometers making Cover-Flow and movie viewing more viable on the small iPod. New Genius playlists can also be created on the fly. 8GB for $149… Read More

  • Last minute Apple "Let's Rock" rumors

    Last minute Apple "Let's Rock" rumors

    With the Apple press conference mere hours away, the ‘ol rumor mill is work’n overtime. Quoting long time sources, AppleInsider claims that the iPod Shuffle is going to five color options and while the Classic is only going to be available in two. The real news is that the third-gen Nano is getting a whopping nine color palette and will… Read More

  • Is this the 4G iPod Nano?

    Is this the 4G iPod Nano?

    Here we are, friends: a semi-possibly-real picture of the iPod Nano 4G. As we see, it’s fairly blurry and it’s similar to the leaks we’ve seen so far so this either means we’ve got a good Photoshop on our hands or we’re going to be like kids on Christmas on Tuesday. via Nowhereelse Read More

  • New 4G Nano all but official

    New 4G Nano all but official

    iPod accessory maker Hama – for some strange reason – put out a bunch of iPod Nano 4G cases at IFA 2008, essentially outing the new Nano to within an inch of its life. As folks are pointing out, Hama is the real deal when it comes to accessories and isn’t just some small-fry OEM attempting to drum up interest… or is it? Check out more 4G Nano coverage. Read More

  • This is not the iPhone nano

    This is not the iPhone nano

    With all the talk of an iPhone nano swirling in the blogosphere, some guy named Neo at MacNN thinks he has the answer. We begin with what I wager is the worst line ever written on a Macintosh blog: The reasoning behind this viewpoint has it merits and I’m not about to dispute that position being that they also held the view that such an Apple phone may arrive next spring. Read More

  • Intel's Atom vs VIA's Nano: apples vs oranges, but still

    Intel's Atom vs VIA's Nano: apples vs oranges, but still

    We’re all hearing a lot about Intel’s Atom range of processors these days, likely because of the tiny laptop revolution (or whatever you want to call it). While VIA’s Nano is not competing directly with Atom as, say, GeForce does with Radeon, they are in the same ballpark and when it comes to low-power, general-purpose setups for things like tiny laptops or tablets, people are… Read More