iPods are selling for THOUSANDS on eBay as Apple announces it’s discontinuing them after 20 years

This week Apple announced that it is discontinuing the iPod – one of its most successful products that revolutionized the way we listen to music. Apple launched its first iPod Classic back in 2001 with a $399 price tag, which shocked fans who had become accustomed to using significantly cheaper portable CD players and Walkmans. …

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Some Top 100,000 Websites Collect Everything You Type—Before You Hit Submit

When you sign up for a newsletter, make a hotel reservation, or check out online, you probably take for granted that if you mistype your email address three times or change your mind and X out of the page, it doesn’t matter. Nothing actually happens until you hit the Submit button, right? Well, maybe not. …

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Nintendo says the transition to its next console is ‘a major concern for us’

Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa has said the company’s eventual transition away from Nintendo Switch to its next hardware platform is “a major concern” for the company. Speaking during a Japanese investor Q&A this week (translated by VGC contributor Robert Sephazon), Furukawa said the company planned to alleviate the risks of resetting its 100m+ userbase by …

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Nintendo Says It Wants To Avoid A Repeat Of Wii U With Switch’s Successor

Picture: Nintendo Since Nintendo announced its financial results yesterday — where it revealed that the Switch has now sold more than 107 million units worldwide, and predicted that profits would again drop in the next financial year — there’s been an awful lot of chatter about a Switch successor, hasn ‘t there? In a Japanese …

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TechScape: Apple, Google and Microsoft are about to make passwords a thing of the past | Technology

What if you never had to type in a password again? Conceived. An international day of celebration. Children dancing in the streets. Soldiers laying down their arms and hugging tearfully across the battlefield. Sign up for our weekly technology newsletter, TechScape. Or, at least, a mild improvement in your daily life. That’s what Apple, Google …

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Google I/O 2022 live blog: Pixel 6a, Pixel Watch, Android 13 and all the news as it happens

Refresh 2022-05-11T12:43:21.258Z (Image credit: Waqar Khan/Let’s Go Digital) Google has long been rumored to be working on a Pixel Fold device to go up against Samsung’s best foldable phones, and it’s possible we could see a glimpse today of Google’s first foldable. Or at the very least we could learn more about new foldable phone …

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SanDisk PRO-BLADE Modular SSD Ecosystem

SanDisk has unveiled its new PRO-BLADE Modular SSD Ecosystem. Essentially this consists of an NVMe drive that goes inside a transport enclosure that can then be placed inside a larger PRO-BLADE STATION. Introducing the SanDisk Professional PRO-BLADE modular SSD ecosystem! Effortlessly transfer & edit footage with the interchangeable PRO-BLADE SSD mag. Pair with the PRO-BLADE …

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The Rig 800 is still an incredibly comfortable wireless gaming headset

In 2018, in a bout of curiosity, I decided to review every single wireless gaming headset on the market: 32 pairs to be exact. None of them were anywhere near as comfortable as the Plantronics Rig 800. “The only one so lightweight, so comfortable, I sometimes forgot I was wearing it,” I wrote for CNET. …

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