01/26/2001 - Updated 04:18 PM ET
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Ericsson switches gears
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A new way to get to Carnegie Hall

Music technology has come a long way since the days of the player piano. Today, the harmonically-challenged can find comfort in Internet-connected keyboards that use flashing lights to show players which keys to hit when. "If you can follow the bouncing ball, you can play the piano," Casio claims.


Web site brings musicians together for musical collaborations.

USA TODAY's Deirdre Donahue discovers electronic books.

Learning to live with, if not love, Microsoft's latest operating system.

Apple Power Mac raises desktop style to a classier, higher power.

Getting around town with a little help from America's eyes in the sky.

New devices set digital-music lovers free from their home computers.


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