Weekly Roundup: Classy Products, Stinky Products
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TMO Editor Bryan Chaffin and Ricky Spero grind Napster, Microsoft, and Apple's super-slick branding through the Context Machine. Also a question this week: who wants a $100 iPod case?
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Context Machine Fodder
- Apple Announces Intel-based Mac mini [UPDATED]
- Apple SVP Schiller- Co. Isn't 'Trying to Replace TiVo'
- Apple Introduces iPod HiFi Stereo [UPDATED]
- Apple Intros 'High-End' Leather iPod Cases [UPDATED]
- Analyst- iPod Hi-Fi Won't Be a 'Blockbuster' Because it's Too Close to Bose
- TMO Reports - Am Tech Research- 'New Products Underwhelming, But Big Picture is Clearer'
- TMO Reports - Analyst- New Apple Products 'Likely Not Materially Additive to FY06'
- Feds Probe Online Music Pricing
- Napster Faults Microsoft for Shortcomings
- Apple Surveying Consumers For iTMS Movie Service?
- Telecoms Looking to Restructure Internet Fees
- Dragon FliX Compresses Dual Layer Movies to DVD-R Discs
- Freeverse Monbots Enhance Sound Studio
- Olive Debuts Networkable CD Player With 400GB Hard Drive
- Samsung Z5 Gets Help from iPod Designer
- Summit Groupware 2006 Available
- Review - iCarPlay Wireless Plus
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