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The Samsung Nexus is voted as a wonderful alternative from the other satellite radios receivers, targeted for the casual MP3 listener, whose main purpose is to replay recorded and personal content. While most other MP3 manufacturers are trying to perfect the MP3 player by adding disk space or integrating video, Samsung is integrating satellite radio. Find out more...Published: 1-Apr-2008
With MPIO being a leader for the consumer market with digital audio and multimedia devices, it is no surprise that its market share is comparable to other well known companies, with 30,000 to 50,000 digital audio equipments manufactured each month, with 75% of them released to foreign countries. Find out more...Published:31-Mar-2008
The flash drive was born in 1998 at IBM, as a floppy drive replacement for the ThinkPad line of products. Almost all people know what a floppy drive and a floppy disk is - but a larger percentage isn't quite sure about the flash drive. Find out more...Published:13-Mar-2008
According to the latest market studies, the iPod has sold over 1.5 million units as compared to the other MP3 players. The iPod video 30gb holds over 15,000 songs, 25,000 photos, or 150 hours of video with a battery life of 14 hours for music, and two hours for videos. Find out more...Published:12-Mar-2008
With the copy-protected CD controversy in recent years, music studios are attempting to design CDs to prevent its users from ripping them onto their computer. Exactly what is ripping? It refers to digitally copying the CD's music onto your computer, also known as "ripping CDs". Find out more...Published: 7-Mar-2008
Sony's original Walkman TPS-L2 went on sale July 1, 1979, the walkman brand used by Sony to market its portable audio players. It was then that people began carrying their own choice of music with them, forming an entirely different level of people who drastically changed their music listening habits. Find out more...Published: 3-Mar-2008