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iRiver B20: first-gen Clix redux

iRiver B20: first-gen Clix redux

The iRiver B20 may be new, but it looks awfully familiar. In fact, it looks eerily like the first-generation Clix -- not that that's a bad thing.


More Clix for iRiver

More Clix for iRiver

The new Clix+ is a slightly thinner version of iRiver's second-generation Clix. The big news is its much improved value for money factor, in the States at least.


iRiver W7 MP3 player hankers for directions

iRiver W7 MP3 player hankers for directions

Now here's something you don't see everyday: an MP3 player with GPS capabilities.


iRiver goes for a Spinn

iRiver goes for a Spinn

It's sleek, shiny and allows you to spin through your collection of music, movies and more. So what's not to like? Oh yeah, the fact that it may never be coming here ...


Sony's Rolly MP3 player gets funky

Sony's Rolly MP3 player gets funky

Sony's new Rolly dancing MP3 player joins SanDisk's Shaker and iRiver's Mickey Mouse model in the category of cute-but-gimmicky kids' music products.


CES 2009 preview: Portable audio

CES 2009 preview: Portable audio

CES is a great place to spot new iPod accessories, such as speaker docks, video goggles, headphones and boom boxes. One thing we can say for certain: CES 2009 will be littered with products proclai...


Shiny Sony players holding hands

Shiny Sony players holding hands

Sony announces some shiny, happy MP3 players, including a limited-edition Bluetooth model. First impressions? Chic but lacking the excitement factor.


Want an MP3 player? Get a Life!

Want an MP3 player? Get a Life!

For several years, Australian brand Life! has been cranking out funky-looking bags designed to hold laptops, cameras and MP3 players. Now the company is taking a stab at creating a gadget to go in...


Musical Mickey Mouse

Musical Mickey Mouse

An MP3 player shaped like Mickey Mouse's head. What better way for your kids to play Alvin and the Chipmunks' Greatest Hits?


Microsoft unveils Aussie music subscription service

Microsoft unveils music subscription service, movie downloads and online photo prints ordering at Australian Vista launch event.


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