Aiming to compete with Apple's iPod Touch, Microsoft Corp. says the next generation of its Zune music player due out in the fall will have a touch screen, web browser, and an HD Radio receiver, reports the Associated Press. The new device, called the Zune HD, also will carry a high-definition video output that will allow users to play files through a docking station on HD televisions, Microsoft said. The Zune's screen will use organic light-emitting diodes, a technology that helps improve battery life and image quality. Microsoft says the new Zune will be the first with a receiver for...

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