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Digital Planet - Peter Cochrane (27 Mar 2006)
Within the next 10 years, he says super MP3 players will contain every music track ever recorded. The problem then will be how to find anything.

Also in the programme, Jagdeep Singh from chip development company Infinera explains how chips which convert data to light will form an integral part of future computers.

We begin our series of features looking at digital trends and fashions, for now called Three Digital Thingies. This week what are the top digital gadgets, the mobile phone, MP3 player? Or something more prosaic. The answers may surprise you.
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