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A Look at the New Apple TV, iPod Touch and Nano

Apple has just announced their annual changes to the company's media devices: this year, the iPod Touch, Nano and Apple TV have all been revamped. Nate Ralph takes a look.

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Apple TV: I Love It and I Hate It

Apple got a lot right, but HDMI only? Come on!

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Living Room is Tech Battleground - Again

Tech companies have tried--and failed--to conquer the living room for years. And while some recent efforts have gained traction, the set-top box market is still wide open.

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Hands on With Apple's New iPods, Apple TV

After a brief chance to play with Apple's new toys, here are some first impressions.

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Apple's New iPods, iTunes and Apple TV: A Visual Tour

Apple's Fall Music Event delivers on an array of new gadgets and resources -- take a look at the new lineup.

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Recap: Apple Kicks Off Fall With iPod, Apple TV Overhauls

Apple overhauled its entertainment offerings with mix of updates, including a refresh to its iPod line, juicing its iTunes software with new social features, and revamping its Apple TV set-top box.

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Apple Unveils Newer, Smaller AppleTV

New Apple TV is priced at $99 and offers commercial free HD TV show rentals for 99 cents.

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Apple Event: Why iTV isn't a Game-Changer

Analysis: The launch -- if it even occurs next week -- is only the first step of a long journey to replace cable.

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Apple's September Event: What's on the Chopping Block?

At next week's product launch, Apple may retire some venerable and updated products. Here are our candidates.

Will Apple's Press Event Reveal New iPods, iTV or Both?

Apple is expected to introduce its new products for music and television, including a 99-cent TV show rental service.