Along with its duo of resistive Android tablets, the ZiiO 7” and 10”, Creative has also launched a new Zen player, the Creative Zen Touch 2. It’s a pocket sized “wireless entertainment device” (that’s a PMP to me and you), and is running Android.
Alongside the fanfare for its Bose VideoWave soundsystem-in-a-telly Bose has also launched the Bose Lifestyle 235, a 2.1 home entertainment system made up of an head unit, subwoofer, iPod dock and dinky speaker arrays, and while it’s not quite as exciting as the Bose VideoWave, it gives out great sound for such a small bundle, if you can afford to shell out.
Dell Streak owners: you won’t be getting Froyo in September, you’ll be getting a 2.1 firmware release of Android 2.1 Eclair instead. This confirmation comes after rumours that the Dell Streak would be getting the 2.1 update “early next month”. Fear not though, as the 2.1 update brings some welcome improvements.
If like us you jumped on the upgrade bandwagon after last night’s iTunes 8 and iPod Touch 2.1 software updates, you’ll be properly miffed at the result. An endless sync festival greeted us this morning with our iPod Touch stuck in a permanent syncing rotating, throwing up an unknown error.
Judging by the Apple Support Forum, we definitely weren’t the only ones. iPod Touch 2.1 users have been wasting time checking for corrupt files, changing settings and tearing hair out trying to make the new iPod Touch 2.1 software upgrade work. The solution though, it seems, is much simpler (just not very obvious). iPod Touch 2.1 users, step forward. Read more
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