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Before the Rio Carbon arrived to take on Apple's iPod juggernaut in 2004, there was Diamond Multimedia's first stab at the digital music market: the Rio PMP300, a portable music player released in 1998. Since it was one of the first portable MP3 players ever to be sold, Diamond ended up embroiled

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April 12, 2014 at 6:02PM
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We still don't know exactly what they're going to call it (\"new,\" 4G, 5, 6...?) but the banner above may be a big clue that we're about to see the iPhone 5 unveiled. This is the phone you've been waiting to see, and we're finally about to see it. If you don't know what to expect, our iPhone 5 rumo

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We see tons of casemods, but the NES holds a special place in our hearts and memories, so anything in the black-redish orange-gray combo catches our eye pretty easily. The nesPod -- the fine work of flickr user recycledgamer -- is made of a gutted NES controller and an iPod mini circa 2004-2005. T

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It looks like iPod minis aren't obsolete just yet thanks to Mark Hoekstra's flash card mod, which entails switching out the original Microdrive with a 4GB flash card. iPod minis served a short term in Appledom, but come to think of it, they're a manageable size, have one of the more durable iPod cas

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Hard to believe it, but a half decade ago today Steve Jobs stood up in front of a small crowd and introduced an \"MP3 music player... that plays all of the popular open formats of digital music, MP3, MP3 VBR, WAV, and AIFF,\" a device that changed the consumer electronics industry forever. Of course,

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If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then it seems like Korean manufacturer iOPS has mad love for almost all of the major DAP makers on the market. Having already taken design cues from Samsung's YP-U1 and Apple's iPod mini -- they actually got sued for that one -- it looks like the comp

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With some iPod revisions just around the corner -- at least according to the more optimistic rumor mongers among us -- there are new whispers of Apple pulling another design revision reminiscent of their iPod mini to nano transition. This time, though, they're taking it in reverse, and are suppos

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