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A report on Thursday says Apple’s long-neglected iPod touch lineup, which hasn’t seen any significant update love since 2012, will be updated this year.
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A Georgian chess champion has been accused of using his iPod touch to cheat in tournaments. Gaioz Nigalidze hid his device in the restroom during at least one match, using it to analyze the game being played.
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NBCUniversal has announced that it will offer a new “Super Stream Sunday” promotion on Sunday, Feb. 1, in which it will stream 11-hours of continuous Super Bowl XLIX coverage, including the big game, to viewers located in the United States.
We reported earlier this week that Apple’s retail stores were running short on the supplies of the iPod Shuffle, amid speculation that Apple’s tiniest music player might be discontinued. We’re happy to report today that the shortages are apparently due to changes in Apple’s component supply chain.
Supplies of Apple’s iPod Shuffle are reported to be dwindling in Apple’s retail and online stores. Apple has warned their employees that Shuffles will be in short supply for an unspecified amount of time.
The jury deliberating the iTunes/iPod DRM case against Apple returned its verdict on Tuesday, and it has decided that Apple is not guilty of harming consumers with its security measures on iTunes and its iPod music player starting in 2006.
Testimony continued on Friday in the ongoing class action lawsuit against Apple, as former iTunes engineer Rod Schultz testified that he worked to block non-iTunes clients, in order to block third-party music providers from competing with Apple’s iPod.
It’s been three months since Apple discontinued the iPod Classic, and it seems the high-capacity, mechanical hard drive wonder is still in high demand, bringing a premium from third-party resellers on such sites as Amazon and eBay.
After losing both plaintiffs in their antitrust class action suit against Apple over DRM in the iTunes Store and on their iPod music players, attorneys were able to find another plaintiff to step in and represent the class in their case against Apple.
Presiding Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers ruled Monday that the iPod/iTunes AntiTrust case will continue, even though there aren’t any plaintiffs left.
Friday saw one of the two named plaintiffs in the class-action suit covering Apple’s FairPlay DRM being withdrawn from the case by their attorneys. It’s possible that neither of the two named plaintiffs in the case are actually members of the class they represent.
The class-action suit against Apple for allegedly locking users’ iPods to their iTunes music ecosystem may thrown out due to a lack of plaintiffs.