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The New York Times

November 18, 2010

Personal Tech

From the Desk of David Pogue
From left, SoundHound, FakeCalls and Dragon Dictation.

From left, SoundHound, FakeCalls and Dragon Dictation.

Ten Favorite iPhone Apps
By DAVID POGUE 28 minutes ago

What's on David Pogue's iPhone. He lists his ten favorite apps and more than two dozen runner-ups.


State of the Art

Google TV, Usability Not Included

By DAVID POGUE

Google wants to put the Web on your TV set. But two new devices from Sony and Logitech that offer to be the intermediaries are so complex they may alienate non-technophiles.

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Tech Talk Podcast: Social Networking in the Workplace

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Julie Bosman on e-book readers, social networking and the workplace and digitizing music from vinyl.

Best of Gadgetwise

Sprint Gets an iPhone, Sort Of

By ROY FURCHGOTT

A new iPhone case with a Wi-Fi hot spot built in comes close to turning an iPod Touch into a real phone.

Something Is Expensive in the State of Denmark

By SAM GROBART

Bang & Olufsen's BeoSound 8 is another stylish-and pricey-piece of audio equipment from the Danish manufacturer.

Another R2D2 for Floors

By ERIC A. TAUB

A new robotic hard-floor cleaner saves you a few minutes' cleaning time; is it worth the price?

iPad Apps That Provide Recipes and Avoid Strife

By ROY FURCHGOTT

Reworked for the iPad, Allrecipes and Epicurious offer recipes on what may be the best device to have in the kitchen other than a stove.

Pogue's Posts

Pogue's Posts

The latest in technology from David Pogue.

Sean Kirkland in the living room of his San Diego home with a Clearstream Microsite signal booster in the background.

Cellphone Carriers Try to Control Signal Boosters

By KATE MURPHY

The companies want the F.C.C. to more tightly regulate the makers of devices that amplify weak signals to improve reception.

OnTheFly has good search features, but it can't book flights for you.
App Smart

Tools to Do Your Travel Homework Before Booking

By BOB TEDESCHI

Travel companies introduced new and updated apps in recent weeks, including Orbitz, OnTheFly from ITA Software and FlightTrack from Mobiata.

Q & A

Sharpening the Type in Windows 7

By J. D. BIERSDORFER

Making type easier to see on-screen, getting GPS map updates and finding mobile Gmail users.

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