Mix: iPod nano, Lil’ Monsta, Child porn, McGraw-Hill

A recent drop in NAND flash memory prices could indicate that Apple’s rumored 6GB and 8GB iPod nanos may not be introduced until November. “Apple’s upcoming 6 Gigabyte and 8 Gigabyte nano will be on the shelves in November rather than September,” Baird analyst Tristan Gerra said.

Following its much-publicized iDon’t campaign, SanDisk has launched a new mascot to promote its Sansa digital media player—the Lil’ Monsta. The company describes the creation as “a creature with a beastly appetite for music, video and images.”
A Texas man who admitted to storing illegal images and videos of children on his iPod has been sentenced to 40 years in prison. The state’s Attorney General office said this was the first case it investigated in which an iPod was used to store child pornography.

Glencoe/McGraw-Hill has announced the availability of iPod-compatible audio and video to supplement its secondary school instructional programs in business education, world languages, math, language arts, science and social studies.

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