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January 6th, 2006
Jack Uldrich: In September, Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) unveiled the iPod nano. According to the company, in its first 17 days, the iPod nano racked up over 1 million units sold. Over the holiday sales period, it appears to have become a best seller, with some analysts suggesting the device has now topped 10 million units sold.
To be sure, the "nano" label is more a marketing gimmick than anything else and, as such, it might seem to be an apt metaphor for the emerging field of nanotechnology -- especially among critics feel who feel that nanotech offers more "sizzle" than "steak."
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