Before Twitter existed, the term "tweeter" didn't describe a person but rather a thing—the part of the speaker that reproduced high frequencies. Philips' new MCi900 and MCD900 hi-fi stereos let theirs hang out for the world to see.
Philips is a mammoth of a CE company, but in the US it's not always easy to see what those guys are up to. Here's a fast look at what's new—not merely refreshed—in the 2008 lineup:
Designed to stream music from the Philips WACS700, this WiFi alarm clock allows you to wake up to your own tunes instead of the inane jabbering of your local morning shock jock. The WACS700 just got a hard drive upgrade to 80GB, so you can now store twice the amount of music compared to before.