It's officially the end of an era.Without any heads-up or fanfare, Apple has taken down its webpages for both the iPod nano and iPod shuffle. If you try to search for those products on Apple's website, you will still see “buy” links, but they're dead...
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Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Thursday that Apple and Events DC, the district's official convention and sports authority, would execute a lease for the store.
Loss-making Japan Display Inc is seeking about 100 billion yen ($890 million) from its main creditors to fund restructuring, a source with direct knowledge of the request said.…
Earlier today, Apple announced that it’s finally discontinuing the iPod nano and shuffle once and for all, making the touch the last iPod standing. Four years after the end of the iPod classic, it’s no surprise that the company would sunset its contemporaries, but it’s still a bittersweet moment nonetheless. The death of the two products marks the end of an era that began… Read More
It just happens that I own an iPod shuffle music player and it's just perfect on my skating sessions, but it looks like Apple has quietly discontinued it, along with the iPod nano.
Huawei’s CEO has promised that its upcoming Mate 10 will be able to successfully challenge Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8. The Chinese company has made no secret of its plans to become the number one smartphone manufacturer worldwide, though they currently sit in third position. As part of this plan, the company has to surpass Apple
Foxconn yesterday officially confirmed its plans to build a $10 billion display manufacturing plant in Wisconsin, a move that had been rumored for a long time. Just a few days before that, however, President Trump touted that Apple had promised him 3 “big, big, big” factories in the United States, yet Foxconn’s new Wisconsin factory won’t be for Apple displays, but rather Sharp.
Apple Music exeuctive Trent Reznor recently granted a rare(ish) interview to Vulture magazine. Topics covered included Apple, Apple Music, streaming music, tech “stars,” and Nine Inch Nails. It’s a very interesting interview, and Mr. Reznor talks about how the idea of tech rock stars is “bull$%&@,” how the modern culture doesn’t value artists properly (including the music industry), and how having access to all of the music ever made has both good sides and down sides. I’m a big fan of Mr. Reznor (YMMV), and very much enjoyed reading this interview.