Will Your TV Become Obsolete? News & Notes tech expert Mario Armstrong explains the FCC's transition to digital television by 2009, Monster.com's recent security breach and Google's efforts to conserve energy with a new site, Blackle.
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Will Your TV Become Obsolete?

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Will Your TV Become Obsolete?

Will Your TV Become Obsolete?

Will Your TV Become Obsolete?

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News & Notes tech expert Mario Armstrong explains the FCC's transition to digital television by 2009, Monster.com's recent security breach and Google's efforts to conserve energy with a new site, Blackle.

Armstrong also covers technology for Baltimore member stations WYPR and WEAA.