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  Rolling Stones legend Keith Richards prefers CDs to iPod

New iPod Touch and Nano are music to our ears

  Apple's updated its popular iPod line with slimmer, lighter, more powerful media players. NBCNews.com's Rosa Golijan takes a look at the new iPod Touch and iPod Nano.

9 educational iPhone, iPad apps for preschoolers

Understandably, not every parent is comfortable with the idea of very young children using apps on the iPhone or iPad. But if you're ready to take the leap, here are some solid, educational options for the 6-and-under club. Full story

Apple Bull Speaks Out

  Cramer says get an oven mitt if the iPod's too hot. And it's hard to make a bear case against Apple, says Joe Weisenthal, Business Insider. CNBC's Herb Greenberg also weighs in.

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  Can your iPod help you fight off disease?

Erin Hobday from Self magazine quizzes TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb about the best ways to stay immune to illness, including drinking green tea, eating mushrooms and listening to your iPod.

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A table of the iPod nano is seen at the Apple Store during Black Friday in San Francisco
A table of the iPod nano is seen at the Apple Store during Black Friday in San Francisco

A table of the iPod nano is seen at the Apple Store during Black Friday in San Francisco, California, November 23, 2012. REUTERS/Stephen Lam