The new iPods are here, and while the new Nanos are nice, it's the iPod Touch that has us tingling all under.
It's basically an iPhone without the phone -- a flash-memory machine with Wi-Fi, so you can access the 'net and download music without a cord.
Price point starts at 300 clams for 8 gigs, with a 16-gig model selling for $400. Purists may prefer the iPod Classic, with its 80- and 160-gig hard drive capacities. We'll take any of 'em, including the squint-sized Shuffle. Anything to listen to (thanks, Keith) Stephen Lynch.