Apple has refreshed its iPod line and unveiled a new version of Apple TV.
During Apple's annual music-focused event in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off three new iPods: an iPod Shuffle that ditches the previous no-button style in returning to a more classic look; a smaller iPod Nano that now has a touch screen but can no longer play video; and a thinner iPod Touch that has most of the features first introduced on the iPhone 4.
iTunes 10, available immediately, which comes with a new logo and a social music service called Ping that lets you see what your friends are listening to and make comments and recommendations.
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Jobs also unveiled a much cheaper and smaller Apple TV as Apple tries to revive interest in what Jobs has long called a "hobby." Shipping later this month, it will cost $99 and will let people rent HD TV shows from iTunes as well as other partners, such as ABC and Fox.
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