Hand-carved from an aluminum block, the 128-gigabyte ZX1 resurrects the iconic portable music player -- minus the cassettes -- for premium buyers in search of high-quality audio.
The market is saturated. Just about every American who will buy a smartphone has already declared loyalty to either Google or Apple, and people are loath to switch.
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The traditional but vulnerable login process is so entrenched and familiar, it seems neither havoc nor hackers can end its 50-year reign.
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