Apple Computer’s iPod is learning how to play well with others.
The iPod, which turned two years old this month, spent its first months focused on doing one thing–playing music. Apple added other features, such as address and calendar information, the ability to store notes and a couple of games. Now, the computer maker is starting to let other companies join the act. (full story)
My spin:Hmm…so soon we won’t be able to find any “simple” devices as it looks like vendors want to stuff everything into their gadgets.
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