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From the Desk of David Pogue

The Fading Sounds of Analog Technology

By DAVID POGUE
As digital technology takes over, we’re losing the sounds of analog technologies. And sometimes that’s a real loss. A dial tone can serve a useful purpose, at least on TV.
STATE OF THE ART

Cable TV in Pursuit of Mobility

By DAVID POGUE
Comcast may be the nation’s biggest cable company, but it still faces tough competition from the Internet.
·                                  Video Video: Comcast’s Internet Television Strategy
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BITS BLOG

Tech Talk Podcast | Investing in Music

By THE NEW YORK TIMES
This week: Ben Sisario on the digital music business; a laptop sound bar; ifixit.com unpacks Xoom and MacBook Pro; news.
HOME TECH

Untangling Wireless Audio Systems

By FARHAD MANJOO
Testing out wireless audio systems that promise better sound with much less electronic interference.
·                                  Slide Show

Best of Gadgetwise

The Yeti Pro Mic: Not Abominable at All

By JOHN BIGGS
From Blue Microphones, the Yeti Pro brings serious sonic cred to PC microphones.

Software for Lo-Fi Photography

By ROY FURCHGOTT
For devotees of lo-fi photography, new software can make any photo look as though it was taken with a toy camera.

LaCie’s Thunderbolt-Enabled Hard Drive

By JOHN BIGGS
Apple’s new high-speed connection standard appeared on LaCie’s Little Big Disk last week.

A Satellite Phone and Cellular Phone, All in One

By ROY FURCHGOTT
The TerreStar Genus is a hybrid phone that combines a satellite phone and a cellphone into a single device.
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Steve Jobs's presence at the unveiling seemed to reassure investors.
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