A new EU restriction may see the volume levels across all iPods and MP3 players capped. EU officials believe that as many as 10 million EU residents risk permanent damage to their hearing from listening to music played too loudly...
The iStationGo speakers come in pink, blue, silver and black, with rounded edges that should make the speakers go easy on the lining of your bag
They're not the prettiest casings out there, but camouflage on the front line was always intended to be frightening rather than fashionable we suppose.
The dock also has S-video out, allowing users to play videos on their TVs, and a 1000mA charger built into the dock to keep your Apple gadgets powered up.
Completely wireless, the Evolve iPod dock features two speakers that can be used up to 150 ft away from the docking station.
Using Bluetooth V2.0 EDR, the headset can connect up to a MP3 player and a mobile phone, allowing quick switching between both devices.
The Powermat is set to revolutionise the world of chargers, wirelessly powering a wealth of gadgets.
YBA, the French designers behind 25 years of high end audio-manufacturing, have turned their attention to the iPod with their new iDW1 docking station.
Archos's rather cool eight gig touch screen personal media player has now hit the stores. Here's what we made of it back at its launch in August.
I love the Finis SwiMP3 player. It's fantastic for relieving the boredom of swimming up and down the pool and sound quality underwater is surprisingly good thanks to its use of bone-conduction technology. Humans normally hear through air conduction, but because there is no air underneath the water, Finis claims that bone conduction provides the clearest sound quality possible. Instead sound vibrations are transferred from the cheek bone to the inner ear, giving the swimmer much better sound quality. Certainly audio quality is much better than other underwater MP3 players I've tested including Speedo's much cheaper Aquabeat.