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# iPod

All time
# I Love You iPod
A love letter to my lost iPod Nano
This is an appeal for someone to sell me one.
# apple slices
Apple has cut the iPod nano and shuffle from its lineup
The electronics were first made available in 2005.
# you're toast
This iPod spent over two years in a toaster, and it still works
Just chilling in the toaster for months and months, NBD.
# old school
We all have the new U2 album, but Enda Kenny now has it on vinyl...
Bono said they gave the album away for free as they wanted to make sure the world heard their songs. Now Enda will too.
# Knock Knock
This amazing music video was made with 14 Apple devices
Ukrainian band Brunettes Shoot Blondes filmed the whole thing in one take.
Column: Do you suffer from social media and internet addiction?
We live in an ‘always on’ world and because the internet is constantly accessible via mobile devices, it is very difficult to control.
# invasive
Man sentenced for voyeurism in London after using an iPod to record colleagues using the toilet
The iPod was discovered by a maintenance man who was carrying out repairs.
Opinion: I admit it, I'm an Apple Parent... are you?
When the need arises to soothe, calm, occupy, or otherwise try to obtain some peace from the kids we break out the tablets.
# literally
11 of the most literal things that have ever happened
These will literally rip your face off.
# rocking in the free world
Neil Young set to release his own hifi music player on Kickstarter
The PonoPlayer will have 128GB of storage, which the makers say is enough to save between 100 to 500 high-quality albums, and will be made available for pre-order later this week.
# Not U2
Remember the U2 iPod? That and 9 other Apple product flops
Not everything created at Apple was a home-run hit.
# iOS 7
iOS 7: Apple unveils a new operating system for iPhone and iPad
The operating system for over 400 million devices will be available to download later this year.
# sound man
What's on Nidge from Love/Hate's iPod?
We reckon we’ve got it nailed.
# what would siri say
Apple's SVP of iOS Software to leave as part of restructurings
Scott Forstall had overseen some of the company’s more embarassing let downs in recent years – Siri and Apple Maps.
# iPad
iPad Mini: What's the point?
Isn’t it just an iPhone that can’t make calls? Or is that an iPod Touch? People are confused.
# iPhone 5
Pics: iPhone 5 likely to be available in Ireland later this month
You should be able to get your hands on Apple’s new device as early as 28 September if you’re living in Ireland. Plus we have more details on the new features…
# Apple
Anticipated iPhone 5 release blamed for lower-than-expected Apple results
Apple revenues up 22.5 per cent to $35 billion for three months ending in June – but don’t meet expectations
# iKnight
Apple designer Jonathan Ive to receive knighthood today
The British designer behind the iMac, the iPhone and the iPad will be knighted at Buckingham Palace later today.
# iNauseous
Video: Watch (if you can) a man embed magnets into skin to hold iPod
Not for the squeamish…
# iRich
Apple market value hits $600 billion
Apple is already the world’s most valuable company but today it became only the second company EVER to be valued at $600 billion.
# Apple
29 iPhone not-quite-Easter Eggs you might not have known about
There’s some handy tweaks and shortcuts hidden within iOS which you might not have known about. Here’s a guide.
# Your Say
Poll: Would low-paid workers report put you off buying Apple products?
Independent investigation found “significant issues” with work conditions and pay at Apple supplier factories. Would it make you think twice about buying Apple goods?
# Apple
Here are the 10 most important new features in Apple’s new Mac OS
Apple’s Mountain Lion operating system will be rolling out in late summer – here’s what you need to know about it.
# Apple
Steve Jobs 'never listened to his iPod at home'
The Apple founder shunned the digital music he pioneered – and listened to vinyl LPs instead, according to rock musician Neil Young.
# Apple
Apple discloses suppliers for the first time
The company been criticised for its labour and environmental practices, especially in China.
# Apple
Apple archive reveals why Steve Jobs chose the name 'Apple'
In an interview, which is part of the Apple archive located in Stanford University in California, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak describe why they chose the iconic name.
# Music
Steve Jobs to be honoured with posthumous Grammy award
The Recording Academy is recognising the late Apple CEO’s significant technical contribution to the recording field.
# Apple
Apple recalls iPod nanos over overheating fears
Fears have arisen that the battery contained in the first-generation version of the iPod nano – initially released six years ago – could catch fire.
# Mail fail
Gmail withdraws app from Apple store - just hours after launching
Google apologises to users but no word on when the app will be made available again.
# Crime
€40k of counterfeit phones, games and software seized in Knocklyon
Counterfeit iPods, iPhones, Nintendo DS games and PC software were seized from a home in southwest Dublin this morning.
# Steve Jobs
'Petulant genius': 7 nuggets from the new Steve Jobs biography
The Apple founder had a brittle manner and didn’t wear deodorant, according to a new book. We’ve put together some of the most telling details.
# Steve Jobs
13 most memorable quotes from Steve Jobs
The Apple co-founder was a gifted orator – these are some of the things he had to say on work, life and death.
# Steve Jobs
Obama leads tributes to "visionary" Steve Jobs
Tributes flood in from around the world as Apple announces the death of its co-founder and former Chief Executive.
# Steve Jobs
“Stay hungry, stay foolish” – Steve Jobs’ address at Stanford
You’ll be seeing a lot of this video today – it’s Steve Jobs giving the Commencement Address at Stanford University in 2005.
# Steve Jobs
Obituary: Steve Jobs 1955 - 2011
A visionary, he helped change computers from a geeky hobbyist’s obsession to a necessity of modern life at work and home, and in the process he upended not just personal technology but the cellphone and music industries.
# Apple
Steve Jobs resigns as CEO of Apple with immediate effect
Co-founder Jobs, 56, steps down as chief executive permanently and with immediate effect; Tim Cook is appointed to succeed him.
# The Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
In your fix today: Plans for a Eurozone ‘financial government’, urgent medical advice from the Irish Heart Foundation, and the best presentation you’ve ever seen… on an iPod.
# iPod
Apple winding down the iPod brand on new iPhone operating system
The music app on the iPhone will no longer be called “iPod” with Apple starting the inevitable wind-down of the iPod brand.
# Royal Visit
One loves a good chooooon - A soundtrack for the Queen's visit
The Queen has been entertained by Riverdance, Westlife and Mary Byrne at the Convention Centre in Dublin, but what songs might President McAleese have put on an iPod playlist for her visit?
# iPod
Power your iPod… with your pulse
Scientists have developed technology which could see you binning your iPod charger. Well, eventually.