Berlin's IFA electronics show, which stands for Internationale Funkausstellung, began its history with a much greater focus on radio than it has today. One German company, Grundig, is still showing its products off. Now, though, radios aren't analog devices. This model, the Cosmopolit 7, connects to home networks, streams music over it, and has a USB port.
Tomorrow's gadgets today at IFA
by CNET News.com | September 6, 2011 | Image 1 of 26
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