In Brief: Jan. 1, 2000

SWEET SOUNDS So you're sucking a lollipop when a Sugar Ray tune pops into your head--in FM stereo. No, you're not hearing things. It's the Sound Bites Pop Radio from Tiger Electronics ($15.99). This battery-powered FM receiver transmits small, safe vibrations that travel from the spinning candy through your teeth and into your inner ear. If the acoustics in your skull don't cut it, you can always hook up a set of external speakers.

ME MAGAZINE How to get your teenage daughter off the phone: buy her a copy of Teen Digital Diva II (Activision/Girl Games; $25.99). This PC-only software lets...

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