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The 100% organic iPod

We've all heard the stories about Apple going green, but this is taking things a little bit too far. [Photo credit: absoluv]...

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Well that's just about the most horrifying iPod I've ever seen

This frightening photo was created as part of a weekly photography challenge. The theme was "Metaphors," and this one is "iPod Killer," though it looks more like a killer iPod. [Photo credit: Richard West]...

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Kids would be much simpler if they had a built-in scroll wheel

This is pretty adorable, though I wonder if he also has a "quiet" switch... [Photo credit: Upsilon Andromedae]...

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The death of an iPod

Apple's gadgets even die in the most adorable ways. Let's have a moment of silence for this fallen musical soldier. [Photo credit: Enrico Palombaro]...

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How to turn a dead iPod into an upgraded budget music player

When a beloved piece of technology dies, it's often hard to let go. We've all seen basements and closets cluttered with the corpses of burned-out hardware that once served us well. Perhaps you've got a drawer somewhere with your dead USB sticks...

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Still one of the best games you can play on an iDevice

Let us not forget the iPod games that paved the way for true apps. These gems killed many productive hours in offices around the world. [Photo credit: Huasonic]...

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Why Pono's massive Kickstarter success means absolutely nothing to Apple

Neil Young's pet project to revolutionize how everyone listens to music -- called Pono -- launched its Kickstarter campaign a couple of days ago and quickly passed its goal by a wide margin. With nearly $2.5 million pledged as of this writing, it's...

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This iPod messed with the wrong people

It might look like the victim of a mob hit, but according to the photo's Flickr description, this iPod actually flew out of its owner's bag while rushing across a rainy street. That's a remarkable amount of damage from such a tumble, and imagining...

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The PowerPot V: Charging your devices with fire

One of the most enjoyable parts of my job is reviewing hardware that is completely unique, and that's the case with The PowerPot V (US$149.00). The device is a thermoelectric generator in the form of a camping cook pot; put it on a heat source...

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Apple wish list: Show battery percentage on the iPod touch

Sometimes it seems like Apple moves in mysterious ways. Most of the time I can chalk up decisions made in Cupertino to one of two things: Making life easier/simpler or "engineering difficulties." The iPod touch is Apple's gateway to iOS for those...

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You're going to be hearing a lot about 'iPod' on tonight's Olympics broadcast

Note: This article contains spoilers regarding the snowboarding competition at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, which has not yet aired in some regions. If you want to watch the broadcast and pretend it's live, stop reading now. Really not kidding, there...

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iPod vs. Lawn Mower

A sad sight. Personally, the 3rd gen iPod nano is one of my favorite Apple devices of all time. The color screen was fantastic for playing games (Peggle was my favorite) and it was almost impossibly thin for its time. And this is what it looks like...

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An incredible 2001 iPod review accurately predicted the iPod's impact on computing

When Steve Jobs first introduced the iPod in October of 2001, the device was greeted with a rather tepid response. Indeed, a number of fan reactions taken from a 2001 MacRumors message board have taken on a life of their own. As an example,...

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The SteelSeries H Wireless headset is the jack of all trades, and the master of them, too

Wireless gaming headsets are a product category with a lot of players and very few superstars. Some headsets make syncing a simple affair only to produce subpar audio, while others trade battery life for good looks. In short, there are very few...

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Oh good, they're compatible with the iPod

Thanks Scotland! [via Aussie007nick]...

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Report Card: Grading Apple in 2013

2013 was a huge year for Apple, both in terms of hardware and software. iOS got a massive facelift and OS X broke free of the cats for the first time ever, while the Mac Pro got new life and the iPads continued their commanding lead in the consumer...

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