A friend of mine sat on his ipod nano(4 gb silver model) and now it won't turn on.Any help highly appreciated as I am clueless about apple devices.

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]18554[/ATTACH]Scott Wilson is not a noob when it comes to the worlds of business and industrial design. Many of us use products that were either designed by Scott or him firm MINIMAL (written also as MNML). In fact if you have a new Xbox 360 with Kinect Sensor or any of a handful of recent products from Dell, HP, Microsoft, Motorola or Logitech to name a few, you are likely enjoying the aesthetics, ergonomics and usability provided by Wilson’s influence. Recently Scott Wilson decided to turn to the [URL="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1104350651/tiktok-lunatik-multi-touch-watch-kits"]crowd funding website called Kickstarter[/URL] to raise some funds for his latest …

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Hi i own the logitech Nano Vx laser mouse, which worked fine for nearly a year. But recently, the cursor stopped moving, and the whole mouse wouldn't work. I tried changing batteries, restarting the computer, installed the Set point Software, and tried it out on other computers and usb ports, but none worked. The light on the switch of the mouse was on, but the battery light on the top was off, and i noticed that every time i put the laser in contact with a surface, the mouse switched itself off completely. When i hold the laser in the …

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It is great! [URL="http://www.pubarticles.com/article-hands-on-new-ipod-nano-6-complete-review-1283395697.html"]http://www.pubarticles.com/article-hands-on-new-ipod-nano-6-complete-review-1283395697.html[/URL]

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That's right, free. And if it's free, it's for me. Software promoter MacHeist is my new best friend, and for the next five days is giving away [url=http://www.macheist.com/]nanoBundle[/url], a package of six Mac OS X applications including the highly-rated Twitterrific, which normally sells for US$15. In all, $154 worth of applications for your Mac OS X (10.4 or higher) for nothing. Nada. Gratis. Free, as in beer. But tap it while you can; the keg runs dry this Friday the 13th. In addition to Iconfactory's Twitterrific, which is also available for iPhone, the nanoBundle includes two word processors (one of …

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The answer is [URL="http://www.baolab.com"]Baolab Microsystems[/URL] which has today announced its NanoEMS technology to do just that, construct nanoscale Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) within the structure of a CMOS wafer rather than building on the surface like current techniques. This, says Baolab, means that because it uses less process steps but standard high volume CMOS lines, will reduce the manufacturing costs of a MEMS by up to two thirds. Using the existing metal layers in a CMOS wafer to form the MEMS structure using standard mask techniques, the NanoEMS process etches the Inter Metal Dielectric (IMD) through the pad openings …

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With the[URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qquCcT6O8cs&feature=player_embedded"] September 9th Keynote[/URL] in our rear view mirror, we can begin to look back at it with a more unbiased eye, and explore some of the new features more clearly. It's obvious by now that this wasn't in any way a major announcement. This was exacerbated by the tantalizing rumors that floated all about prior to the Keynote (as I wrote in [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story221797.html"]Apple Rumor Mill Comes Up Empty Again[/URL]). But one new feature that slipped under the radar a bit was the announcement that for the first time, Apple was including [URL="http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2352699,00.asp"]an FM Radio in the Nano line[/URL]. …

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Yesterday was [URL="http://www.theiphoneblog.com/2009/09/09/apple-rock-roll-keynote-podcast-itunes/"]Apple's Keynote[/URL], and you would think we would have learned by now that Apple rumors are meaningless. As the buzz grows louder before each of these events, there are rumors so convincing we think they must be a fait accompli. I mean how many of you thought you would wake up this morning to find the iPod Touch still doesn't have a camera? Not many, I'm sure and even fewer hands would go up if you suggested the *Nano* would have one. Yet each keynote, we still believe. Remember the last one? Sure you do. There was a …

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Following my colleague's excellent blog yesterday about [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3724.html"]what Apple should produce in January[/URL] one rumour appears to be gaining increasing amount of ground - that there will be an iPhone Nano within weeks. The reason this apparently makes sense is that someone is making a case for it and there's no way they'd be dumb enough to do so in the absence of any product. Well, kind of. But looking at the picture on the piece I'll reference at the end of this entry, one thing becomes apparent; it's an older-style Nano, not the current version, for which they're making …

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The other day I downloaded the latest version of iTunes and discovered the much-heralded Genius feature is a not-so subtle way to sell content on iTunes. When I heard about the Genius feature, I mistakenly thought it was like Peter Gabriel's [URL="http://byronmiller.typepad.com/byronmiller/2007/04/filter_tool_for.html"]Filter[/URL] tool, a very cool utility for iTunes, which enabled you to select some songs in your library, then build a playlist of other songs in your library automatically based on your selections, and while it does do that it, it's a bit more insidious. (The Filter tool, by the way appears to no longer be available as a …

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Scientists from the University of Glasgow in Scotland have developed a nanotech switch, the size of a molecule, which could herald the 500,000 GB iPod. [URL="http://www.electropages.com/viewArticle.aspx?intArticle=10607"]The scientists reckon[/URL] that the breakthrough means an iPod could increase its capacity by no less than 150,000 times the current storage capability. Professor Lee Cronin and Dr Malcolm Kadodwala say that the 500,000 GB capacity will be possible on a single square inch, compare that to the current maximum for such a space of just 3.3 GB and you'll understand why people are getting excited. If, as the Glasgow team believe, it means that …

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