HiFiMAN, a leading designer/manufacturer of high performance headphones and portable audio products, announced their latest portable player, the SuperMini.
The Mohu BeBox is the world’s first hi-fidelity boombox music system that has a built-in HD Android touchscreen tablet.
Yamaha unveiled the TSX-B141 and TSX-B235, two compact audio systems that connect via Bluetooth streaming.
Apple has sold more than 100 million iPod Touch units, the company said Thursday, and it hopes to sell more by offering a new, less-expensive $229 model.
The Cupertino tech giant began selling the iPod Touch alongside the iPhone back in 2007, and on Thursday, it told The Loop, an Apple blog, that since then, it has sold more than 100 million units. That's up from 82 million last July.
Sales have been steady despite predictions that smartphones would kill the iPod market. But Apple has been able to push the device to younger users
On Monday, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster reported on Mac and iPod sales and noted that Apple's iPod sales have slipped 23% in the last quarter and represent only 2% of Apple's revenue. This means the iPod is no longer what consumers want, and that it may not necessarily be around for many more years. It is no wonder that Apple never bothered to update the iPod Classic line after they added the larger 160 GB model storage option.
Apple hasn't released anything groundbreaking in their iPod lineup, and anything that was considered remotely different
In the future, our clothes will replace our devices. They will light up with social media alerts, producing holograms to read those updates wherever we choose. We'll never need to remember umbrellas or coats again either -- sensors will read humidity levels and tell the conductive fibres of our customised 3D-printed clothes to release waterproof chemicals, while a shift in their nanoparticles will pull fibres together for insulation. Sensors will send our biometric data to doctors, while the antibacterial fabrics protect us from viruses.