March 8, 2012

A Clutch of Cunning New Inventions

David Pogue, New York Times


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The latest in technology from the Times’s David Pogue, with a new look.

Today is not one of those days.

Most of the time, what comes along is interesting, but a good deal more modest. That’s the stuff that winds up on my “review someday” table. It piles up, eyeing me and poking my guilty conscience, until I get around to dispatching all of them in a single column.

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