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Mix: NAND flash, Blade, Dead iPods, Scratched iPods

Last week’s news that Apple may delay the release of new iPods has memory chip makers worried that the NAND flash market could take a hit.

The premiere episode of Spike TV’s Blade: The Series is available from the iTunes Music Store as a free download.

Kirk McElhearn has posted an informative article with ideas of what to do with a dead iPod.

ColorEnvy has launched a “World’s worst scratched iPod” contest. The winner will receive a full refurbishing and custom color of their choice, as well as a free iPod scratch removal kit. To enter, send a picture of your scratched iPod to [email protected]

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Comments

1

For an analyst’s report that most everyone HERE is busy poo-pooing…it seems a LOT of people in INDUSTRY are indeed taking seriously.

Apple doesn’t seem to be interested in setting any records straight on this report, even if it’s false. The typical fanboy may say they have every right to keep things close to their chest, but when information like this has a cascading effect such as this Wu report is having, as a PUBLICLY-HELD company, Apple should step up to the plate and stop stringing everyone else along.

Posted by flatline response on July 3, 2006 at 12:20 PM (PDT)

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that contest is really cruel. I mean, tons of people are going to scratch their ipods to hell, and only one of ‘em will get a new one! LOL.

Posted by QWER on July 4, 2006 at 8:41 AM (PDT)

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