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Mix: Kensington, 7digital, Atlantis, Wilburys

Kensington has introduced a new line of power adapters that feature USB Power Ports, which can then be used with various mobile devices, including the iPod, by using the correct Kensington USB Power Tip. Power Tips will be in June and sell for $15. The compatible power adapters range in price from $10 to $140, and will also be available in June.

UK-based digital music service 7digital has launched a new online storage system called Digital Locker, which users can access globally. The service, which was the first to offer EMI’s DRM-free catalog, claims the upgraded service will “take on iTunes.”

A photo taken aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis shows a fourth-generation iPod velcroed to a cabin wall.

A portion of the long out of print catalog of the Traveling Wilburys was added to the iTunes Store today. The album Traveling Wilburys Collection, which includes a 25 minute documentary, was added, as well as two singles and a free video preview of the documentary. The Traveling Wilburys were a super-group created by George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, and Bob Dylan.

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I believe the entire Wilbury’s catalog is now in iTunes.  The Collection contains both albums and b-sides.

Posted by aidan on June 13, 2007 at 4:13 PM (CDT)

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