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Microsoft Zune and Apple iPod I. Introduction: Hook: Portable MP3 players have come a long way since their humble beginnings in the late 1990s. Subjects: Microsoft Zune and ipod Purpose: analyzing differences between two mobile T.S: The world’s first MP3 players, The Eiger Labs MPMan F10 and the Diamond Multimedia Rio PMP300 were shipped with 32 Mbytes of internal memory. MPEG Audio Layer III (MP3) the standard for audio compression that makes any music file smaller with little or...

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Impact of the Ipod

The Impact of the iPod “Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something” (Jobs). The iPod is the most well designed mp3 player in the market today. One of the main things consumers like so much about it is originality. The creators of the iPod did not do so by studying others, they used their own ideas, own imagination and had their own motivation. The iPod impacted the music...

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assignmnent IPod

The iPod, Apple Computer’s new breakthrough music player that can store and play up to 2,000 songs from a handheld computer no bigger than a cigarette pack (Technology), provides a striking illustration of what global marketing is all about. When Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer, first introduced the iPod in October 2001, it was received with scepticism. The digital music player was considered only marketable to a small, tech-savvy group of individuals, and the high price (starting at US$399)...

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A World of Ipods

distraction of the iPod. He backs up his claims with a first hand experience when he went to New York. He describes seeing people and how “each were in his or her own musical world, walking to their own soundtrack…almost oblivious to the world around them (Sullivan 424).” However, Sullivan fails to show credentials in his writing and bases it primarily on his first hand experience. He fails to realize the technological advances that have come forth from the introduction of the iPod. Since then much...

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Ipods Antisocial

Nourhan Elbatran 900120593 ELBatran1 Dr.Mark Rhet 102 Debate1 1/7/2013 “Ipods are Antisocial” In an era when technology is the main key to success for any developed or developing country some people believe that means of technology are creating an antisocial society. Antisocial person is a person who possesses personal manners which lack adherence for other members in society (“What is Antisocial Behavior.”) Researchers proved that being antisocial...

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Apple IPods are very popular in today’s society. Many individuals enjoy listening to music on the way to work, school, or even to the gym. CD’s, cassettes, tape players and MP3 player’s sales have decease since Apple IPods have been created. IPods provides so much more to customers than the other devices. Everyone enjoy playing games, taking pictures, texting and calling friends, and using face time. What device allows you to enjoy all your hobbies at one time? Apple IPods. Apple IPods are a great...

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Ipod History

OS X, iTunes media application, and especially the iPod personal MP3 player. The IPod started off as a simple device that held approximately 1000 songs. Throughout the years, the IPod has completely upgraded and has literally revolutionized the world. Many changes have come about the iPod in the timespan of about 12 years. The most high tech and popular IPod is the IPod touch. Throughout this paper, I will discuss a brief history of how the IPod was developed and designed. In addition, I will like...

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Sony v IPod 102314

Sony Versus IPod  Case Preparation and Discussion for MKTG505  2015 NIU MBA FastTrak    Ronald Kollman and Wang Weixun  October 27th, 2014        1.  What are the advantages of proprietary products like Sony and Apple employ versus  open source products like IBM or Dell advocate?         The advantages of proprietary products is that they have a captive market with regard to  accessories and deliverable content.  For example, music for the iPod is mostly deliverable  through the iTunes application...

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Marketing Analysis - Ipod

Brian Sina Professor Lewis Intro to Marketing 10/15/11 The iPod Takeover: A Marketing Analysis When Apple introduced the iPod they produced something much more than an MP3 player, they produced a machine that had changed the music industry forever. Any machine that plays back mp3 files is known as an mp3 player, but while there are hundreds of different ones on the market, people refer to all of them as “iPods.” iPod is now a household name just like microwave, vacuum, and television; a direct...

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iPod Product Background The name iPod refers to a category of portable digital audio players designed and marketed by Apple Computer. It is an exceptionally popular, portable digital music player that stores up to 10,000 songs on its 40GB hard disk. The earlier versions of iPod were only able to function as music players. Currently, it also includes features such as storing addresses, games and calendar. The iPod was originally developed for Mac computers but software was introduced in 2002 to...

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