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by Gadgets, Google, News

Google Labs, the testing ground for the search giant’s experimental products, just released a new project today: Google Listen, an audio search engine that runs as a Google Android app (for now). It allows you to stream or download podcasts, web audio, news shows, and more through your phone.

The experimental app is part iTunes, part audio search …

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by Gadgets, News

Everyone pretty much agrees that Japan boasts the most advanced mobile infrastructure in the world. After all, this is the country with 100 million 3G subscribers, 120 new handsets every year (picture: Hitachi Mobile Hi-Vision CAM Wooo), the first mobile phone featuring a decent web browser (in 1999) etc. etc.

But it’s pretty hard to keep up with what’s going …

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Ever wanted to share a PowerPoint file with someone as a YouTube video? Acoolsoft PPT2YouTube is all you need. The free tool PPT2YouTube converts any PowerPoint presentation to a YouTube video in very easy steps.

To convert PPT to YouTube video all you need to do is import the PPT to the application, set the output folder and click the …

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by BlackBerry, Gadgets, Mobile Phones

Consider this a polite reminder that we have two great giveaways happening right now. We’re giving away 50 Mogo Talks for the BlackBerry Curve and 10 skins for the BlackBerry Curve, Bold, and Storm each. So far you have a damn good chance on nabbing both if you want. The odds are definitely in your favor.

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by Gadgets, Microsoft, Mobile Phones, News

Well, would you look at that. Microsoft’s Zune HD’s overexposed — both in quantity of pics and in quality of photography — camera shoot with the FCC has been made public, showing off quite a bit of the device, its internals, and its dock. We’ve got two model numbers listed here, 1395 and 1402 representing the 16GB and 32GB models,

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by Gadgets, News

This is the tiniest and most awesome thumbdrive ever. I made a big deal about Maxell’s new drives having a MicroSD reader, but will you look at this thing? The little plastic bit is practically ornamental; the whole thing is contained within the actual USB connector. And it’s got 16GB built in! Are you kidding me?

They’re Japan-only… except

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by Gadgets, News

After unveiling the first 16 GB microSDHC memory card back in October 2008, Toshiba today announced the world’s first 64GB SDXC memory card, which also boasts the fastest data transfer rate out there. The card has a top write speed of 35Mbps and a read speed of 60Mbps, enough for handling a 2.4GB video file in 70 seconds.

Toshiba …

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by Gadgets, News

Buckle up. HP is apparently prepping its own 11.6-inch netbook (not pictured above) for release later this year. There’s literally no information about it other than ODM giant Quanta will be producing the thing, so I’ll not fluff this piece too much with superfluous text.

According to Max Wang (best name ever) at DigiTimes:

Quanta Computer will begin ODM production …

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by Gadgets, News

I understand this is Toshiba’s first foray into the world of large-form-factor external hard drives, but you have to give the thing a name. You can’t just call your product the “Toshiba 3.5-inch External HDD.” That said, the product itself looks nice. Good looking, shock-resistant, though at $160 for a terabyte, a little bit pricey.

It’s got USB 2.0 …

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by Apple, Gadgets, News, Newspapers

The FT is claiming that Apple will have its much rumoured Apple Tablet device out before Christmas rather than in 2010 as first suggested by rumours claiming to be close to the mark last week.

The news, which could see a launch days before Microsoft’s Windows 7 launch on the 22 October, would likely bring the two companies head to

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