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iPod - Wikipedia


The iPod is a line of portable media players and multi-purpose pocket computers designed and ...... Straight Dope on the iPod's Birth, Wired News, October 17, 2006. Retrieved on October 30, 2006...

How the iPod was born - Macworld


Oct 23, 2011 ... But while Jobs had an integral role in the birth of the iPod, no one man created the device. A diverse team of Apple employees and contractors ...

Inside Look at Birth of the IPod - Wired


Inside Look at Birth of the IPod. Leander Kahney Email 07.21.04. Tony Fadell sold Apple on the idea of an MP3 player linked to an online music store, according ...

Apple - Products - iPod History


Apple introduces the second generation iPod, compatible with Windows and holding up to 4,000 songs. Number of iPods sold through 2002: 600,000 ...

An illustrated history of the iPod and its massive impact | Cult of Mac


Oct 22, 2011 ... Apple's tiny gadget changed the way we listen to, buy and store music. Here is definitive guide to the history of the iPod.

History of the iPod - Inventors - About.com


In the Wired article, Inside Look at Birth of the IPod, Ben Knauss a former senior manager at PortalPlayer revealed that Fadell was familiar with PortalPlayer's ...

The complete history of Apple's iPod - CNET


To celebrate the iPod's 10th birthday, we embark on a tour of the iconic MP3 player from its very first model, right up to the present day.

Happy 10th birthday to the iPod - the little machine that changed our ...


Oct 21, 2011 ... The iPod was not the first MP3 player but Steve Jobs and Apple were the first to get the technology so right it became a mass-market product.

Stories of Apple – The birth of the iPod Division


May 20, 2009 ... At the end of May 2004 Apple's organization underwent a major shakeup. Three years after the introduction of its digital player, the Cupertino ...

The tale of the iPod and how it came to be | Ars Technica


Oct 18, 2006 ... But how did it get to be this way? Wired has a great little piece on the birth of the iPod and how Apple came up with the seemingly random idea ...