iPod & Music Players

Apple iPods – Much beyond music

Apple iPods – Much beyond music

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The apple iPod has taken the world by storm. People all over the world have been addicted to its features and convenience of listening to good quality music while they are travelling or away from a proper entertainment system.

The iPod is a brand of portable media players designed and marketed by Apple. There are many types of iPods such as the iPod classic, iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle. Among all these iPods, the classic models store media on an internal hard drive. Whereas, all the other models apart from the Micro drive-based 'mini', use flash memory to enable their smaller size.

Apple iTunes software is basically used to transfer music to the devices. It is a jukebox application which stores a music library on the user’s computer and it also enables the user to burn, rip and play music from a CD. It also enables the user to transfer photos, videos, games and calendars to the iPod model that supports this software. An iPod is an extremely easy to use and its unique user interface allows the user to use it easily, despite of any technical capabilities.

MP3 Players: Your Personal Music Format

MP3 Players: Your Personal Music Format

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MP3 is basically a format of sound files which is popularly used to store and play music on PCs. With the advent of technology, MP3 players provide the users with the added advantage to carry their music with them wherever they go.

An MP3 Player is also known as a digital audio player. It is a portable consumer electronic device which stores, organises and plays audio files. Some of these devices are also referred to as portable media players as they have image-viewing and video playing support. These devices are powered by rechargeable batteries, some of which are not user replaceable.

The most famous MP3 players are Winamp, Sonique and Music Match. The main feature of an MP3 player is to turn the MP3 files into standard audio form and then send them to the sound card of the computer. Later on, the sound card outputs the files into the speaker so that the user can hear them. Every MP3 player interprets music differently but all of them use same code for playing the MP3 files.

Comedy stars on audiobook – Peter Cook and Dudley Moore

Comedy stars on audiobook – Peter Cook and Dudley Moore

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The great thing about audiobooks is that they can fit into the wasted time in people’s lives, the times when you’re doing other things. So you can be entertained while you’re waiting for a bus or doing the laundry, working on the computer or just chilling out. With audiobooks you can enjoy TV sit-coms and comedy shows, perhaps ones you know very well or shows you didn’t experience the first time round but have heard people raving about.

One such treat is the madcap duo Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, who wowed audiences in the 1960s and 1970s with their madcap brilliance. This nutty pair are known to many as ‘Pete and Dud’ who were actually two characters they played. Cook and Moore were responsible for some of the funniest, most surreal and inventive comedy material ever recorded.

Apple announce Online Movie Rentals computer, Apple TV, iPod, and iPhone

Apple announce Online Movie Rentals computer, Apple TV, iPod, and iPhone

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[Best Syndication]The future of video rental was announced yesterday at MacWorld conference with Apple offering online movies that people can get with Apple TV or online. While the service is available at itunes.com there is some good and some bad features about Apple’s new movie rental business.

This announcement prompted Blockbuster and Netflix shares to fall following Apple's movie rental news. But it really isn’t the end of regular DVD rentals and movie by mail rentals. Apple is not addressing all the needs of all the consumers.

Netflix does have a section of movies that you can download, but they are old movies that you probably already have seen. So you still have to count on the mailed movie rentals from them. With the competition being brought to a new level this could change.

Panasonic shows off 32 GB SD Memory Card

Panasonic shows off 32 GB SD Memory Card

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[Best Syndication] Panasonic is showing off a 32 GB SD memory card. Considering that most stores only carry 4 GB at the time of this writing, it is exciting to think of all the potential that the compact storage will have to offer.

Panasonic announced their 32 GB SD card at the 2008 Consumer Electronic Show which is currently being held in Las Vegas. This year there has been a big advancement in technology that uses compact flash memory cards, especially camcorders.

The high-capacity SD card is only the size of a postage stamp. Panasoni has planned for a easy way to label your card both on the front and back of the card. Panasonic will also offer a wide variety of storage disks ranging from 1 GB to 16 GB. The newly revised SD cards from Panasonic are expected to arrive in store this Spring.

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