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Mix: Motion remote, iPod Cafe, Discrimination suit, iPod SD

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By LC Angell

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Published: Monday, May 23, 2005
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Peter Tyser, an undergrad at the University of Wisconsin, informed us that he has built an iPod remote control that responds to a users motion rather than touch.

Circuit City’s online store has added the iPod Cafe, a new section that features all of the retailer’s iPod accessories. [via Macsimum News]

A former Apple employee has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the company alleging that she was wrongfully terminated after complaining that her white counterparts were being paid more than she was.

iLounger Sukumar writes: “I have posted a concept hack called iPod SD conceptualizing how Apple could attack the smartphone market. Thought you and your readers may find it interesting.”

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I bought store /demo mini ipod from ebay. I have powerbook G4, mac 0sx0.03 . I connected the ipod to the computer. it shown ” Do not Disconnect” for a long time. It does seem to work. What do I do? Thank you for your help!

Posted by Wonthanee Tierney on December 14, 2005 at 3:31 PM (PDT)

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