Dell stopped reselling Apple’s iPod in mid-November, about two weeks after the company launched its own MP3 player, the Dell DJ. “We’ve stopped selling them permanently,” said Mary Fad, a Dell spokeswoman. Both Apple and Dell declined to explain why the two companies scrapped their reselling agreement. “The iPod is the number one digital music player on the market and is available at thousands of retail locations and online,” Apple said in a statement. “As a reseller, Dell accounted for a just a small fraction of iPod sales.”