You'd be forgiven for thinking Zune died a long time ago. Microsoft stopped making new hardware years ago. And in 2012 it officially pivoted from the "Zune" branding and launched Xbox Music. And that has since become Groove. But Zune services have quietly continued to be available to those stubbornly clinging to their Microsoft music players and their Music Pass. Sadly, with Zune services shutting down on November 15th, those last vestiges of the brand will disappear for good. So it seemed as good a time as any for the Engadget staff to reflect on their memories of the Zune.