Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's veritable museum of Nintendo history extends to the game-maker's iconic music as well. This time out, there are over 900 compositions and Nintendo says if you played them all back to back, it'd take you over 28 hours to hear a repeat. The "My Music" feature is essentially iTunes for Nintendo music. If you want, you can plug your headphones in, turn the Switch's screen off, toss the giant handheld into your bag and listen to the game's music during your commute
The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill It’s all relative. At first glance, the 157,000 jobs added in July might appear weak. Indeed, the headline nonfarm payrol...
Over 42 years, the company has created an ‘app economy’ and placed itself at the centre of it
In Apple’s earnings call Tuesday afternoon, Tim Cook talked at length about the success of the iPhone, the company’s double-digit growth across various product categories, and its booming services business. But one of Apple’s more interesting success stories comes from its wearable business, which got a shout out as a driver of Apple’s “continued strong sales.”
It’s been one year since Apple killed off the last two dedicated MP3 players. I still miss them.
July 19, 2004: The fourth-generation iPod brings neat innovations to the popular audio device, including the Click Wheel interface recently introduced on the iPod mini. “The best digital music player just got better,” says Steve Jobs on the day the product launches, and yet some people feel disappointed. iPod Click Wheel reinvents the device (kind
CEO Jason Walker and his small team at Waypoint Robotics have given themselves the mission of making industrial robots as easy to use as an iPod. Walker and his team are working to perfect every aspect of the user experience for their customers, starting with removing the robot from its crate.
July 13, 2006: Apple releases its first activity tracker, the Nike+iPod Sport Kit, which combines a portable music player and a smart pedometer. The product marks Apple’s first step toward the kind of mobile health-tracking initiatives the company will investigate in the following decade — most notably through its iOS Health app and the Apple Watch.
Dust off your tech from yesteryear – old-school devices like iPods, Walkmans and Gameboys are fetching hundreds of pounds online.
Have some retro gadgets in the loft? You could be sitting on a gold mine
Ok, if you've kept hold of your classic gadgets from the 80s and 90s, you're now in luck - they're changing hands for thousands of pounds. Retro technology fans are paying big money for original Sony Walkmans, Nintendo Game Boy - consoles and other ...