Topic: Nike plus
10/02/2007, 01:10 pm
A little-known athletic company from Utah has filed a lawsuit that names both Nike and Apple, claiming that Nike knowingly stole its decade-old idea for the Nike+ iPod Sport Kit.
09/14/2007, 12:09 pm
Released alongside the all new third generation iPod Nano, the new iPod Classic offers a refined all-metal case, the same new graphical interface of the Nano, and the most battery and storage capacity of any iPod model (thanks to its hard drive and hefty battery). However, as outlined in this review, the Classic may signal the end of the road for hard disc drive-based iPods, as Apple aggressively moves its entire media player lineup to Flash memory storage.
09/10/2007, 10:09 am
The new third generation Nano has the same small and ultra thin form factor as previous Nanos and similarly occupies the same sports-centric product position in the Apple's iPod line. However, it adds full video iPod features on a screen smaller than the existing 5G video iPod. How well does it deliver?
04/16/2007, 08:04 pm
Shareholders began a minor revolt on Monday, contending that Apple Inc. should change its stock grants while the company refused to budge. However, Apple consoled itself with soaring Fortune 500 rankings and the 30th anniversary of its first truly mainstream computer.
03/26/2007, 10:03 am
Nike Inc. said last week that it plans to make its entire line of running shoes compatible with Apple Inc.'s iPod nano line by the end of this year.
02/21/2007, 07:02 pm
Apple Inc. has lure Rebecca Van Dyck, the longtime global account director on the Nike business at Wieden + Kennedy, away from the advertising firm and appointed her its new director of worldwide advertising, an online report said Wednesday.
12/21/2006, 01:12 pm
Nike this week announced that it has managed to sell six times as many Nike+iPod compatible shoes as it has the actual sport kits. Meanwhile, Apple holds a commanding lead on the legal video download market. And, yes, the iSight has mysteriously disappeared once again.
11/27/2006, 08:11 pm
Apple Computer and Nike plan to introduce a new wireless wristband device that will allow runners to interact with their iPods without constantly fiddling with the players' sweat-slicked Click-Wheel.
11/24/2006, 08:11 am
Apple Computer early Friday morning kicked-off the 2006 holiday shopping season with its annual "Black Friday" sale, offering significant discounts on Macs, iPods and accessories.
09/20/2006, 03:09 pm
Nike on Wednesday said runners have combined to log over 1 million miles in the 10 weeks since it teamed with Apple Computer to launch the Nike+iPod Sport Kit for the iPod nano.
09/12/2006, 03:09 pm
Apple today introduced the all-new iPod nano with a new aluminum body, 24 hours of battery life and more than twice the music capacity for the same price as the previous generation.
07/13/2006, 02:07 pm
Nike and Apple today formally unveiled their Nike+iPod Sport Kit with major launch events at Niketown retail stores located in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Some photos from the Chicago event follow.
07/13/2006, 11:07 am
Apple Computer on Thursday began selling its new Nike+iPod wireless Sport Kit that allows Nike+ footwear to talk with an iPod nano, and we've got some photos of the $30 device.
07/12/2006, 04:07 pm
Apple Computer is in the process of shipping the first of its wireless Nike+iPod Sport Kits that will allow Nike+ footwear to talk with an iPod nano, AppleInsider has been told.
06/29/2006, 02:06 pm
Over the last few days, Apple has released maintenance updates to its iTunes digital jukebox software, QuickTime media software, iPod firmware and 17-inch MacBook Pro firmware.
05/24/2006, 02:05 pm
Apple Computer's recently announced partnership with Nike began last year when Nike dreamed up the revolutionary idea of allowing running shoes to talk to an iPod and then contacted Apple to develop the technology behind it, Business Week reports.
05/23/2006, 12:05 pm
Nike and Apple today formally announced a partnership that will bring the worlds of sports and music together with the launch of a series of Nike+iPod products.