TechSpin:Steve Jobs's Miracle-Free Show

Dreyfuss, Joel
September 2008
Red Herring;9/11/2008, p9
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the exhibition of Steve Jobs of Apple Inc. featuring an upgraded series of iPod touch devices, iPhones without the phone part, and a revived nano iPod line.


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