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When I was training for a marathon a few years ago, one of my great pleasures was listening to the audio book of Born to Run, by Christopher McDougall, to help me stay inspired on long runs. It was through Born to Run that many of us were introduced
Yesterday, I was running from one meeting to another, when I passed through Union Square park in New York City and stumbled upon a musician who had been traveling across the country with his upright piano and his dog. Essentially, he plays the role
The iPod Turns 10 Apple's iPod, the MP3 player that revolutionized portable digital music, turned 10 recently. Here are some high points from the device's decade of existence: Jan. 23, 2002: "iPod" replaces "creative nomad jukebox" as the generic
Amazon Cloud Drive service, which enables consumers to securely store music in the cloud for anytime/anywhere access via Android-based smartphones and tablets as well as PCs and Macs. Citing sources familiar with the confidential talks, Reuters
Story continues below "Put it down," tuts her husband, Andrew. "You're not." Across the cavernous chambers of the Grade II-listed building similar human-technology interactions are taking place. At other tables, as in any of Apple's 300-plus stores
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With their high capability and no moving parts, flash drives safely store data in camera memory sticks and in some MP3 players, and they also hide in gadgets such as cell phones. Experts say once prices go down enough, flash drives
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Every few months, another unlucky soul ends up in the news for downloading music illegally. In fact, the latest “criminal” was ordered to pay 1.5 million dollars in fines to a United States court for illegally downloading 24 songs.
Martin Jarvis is one of the UK's most prolific recorders of talking books, and has been described by Christopher Hitchens as like 'a company of actors inside one suit' They started as an aid for battle casualties and elderly people with failing