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Being in the business of selling an AM/FM radio in 2012 is not a position many companies want to be in. Considering the myriad of digital radio options such as Last.fm, Pandora and Spotify that can be streamed from smartphones, tablets and PCs to any Bluetooth speaker, who is seriously going to drop any major cash on an old-fashioned analog radio? If your company is Tivoli, makers of some of the world's finest and most attractive radios, you might beg to differ. This year, two of its most popular radios finally get Bluetooth upgrades, and the company enjoyed two firsts: a Tivoli Radio app with 100 stations and a pair of noise-canceling headphones that carry the brand's signature wood finishes.