“Apple has driven yet another iPod competitor to the wall, this time French company, Thomson,” Jonny Evans reports for Macworld UK. “Thomson is to sell the last of its consumer electronics assets by June 2006, in order to focus on providing media industry services.”
“Its consumer electronics division, ‘Connectivity by Thomson’ offers MP3 players, audio video accessories, business and home telephone products,” Evans reports. “Thomson is also known for its television sets, a business division it has now also sold.”
Full article here.
[UPDATE: 6:55pm EST: Corrected spelling of Thomson.]
iPod, you killer. Thomson, we hardly knew ya. And, based upon the picture of your MP3 player over on Macworld UK, we can tell that not knowing you very well was a Very Good Thing™ for us.
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