NYT blogs on technology

Two of the biggest events on the tech calendar each year are the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and the Macworld Conference in SF, and the NYT seems prepped to offer extended coverage on its Bits blog. Authors are Damon Darlin, David Pogue, Eric Taub and Brad Stone. Both events are certain to generate lots of news, with CBS CEO Les Moonves expected to announce some sort of partnership with Google at CES on Monday, and Apple CEO Steve Jobs keynoting Macworld on Tuesday - and planning to introduce goodness knows what. By the way, Darlin laments in a post that the CES themes (last year it was home networking) rarely get realized in the marketplace.

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