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Mar/12
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HTC T328w to be the Wind beneath Chinese consumer wings?

Invasion of the One S chassis snatchers? That certainly seems to be the case here, as a render and listing for the T328w — what is supposedly HTC’s Wind — has popped up over on Chinese site, Tenaa. The dual-SIM 4-inch handset, sporting an uncanny resemblance to its mid-tier look-alike, will purportedly occupy a [...]

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26
Mar/12
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Nivio brings the Windows desktop to your iPad and Galaxy Nexus, we go hands-on

Remember the hoo-hah OnLive cooked over some supposedly fast-and-loose Windows licensing? Well Nivio’s been quietly rolling out its own, proudly licensed, version of a cloud-based Windows desktop. Its minimum requirement is the ability to handle HTML5, meaning that a Microsoft-powered OS can be used across iPads, Android phones, MacBooks and everything else in [...]

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26
Mar/12
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How Do Cats Survive Massive Falls? [Biology]

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26
Mar/12
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A Collapsable Accordion Toaster Would Save Precious Counter Space [Wish You Were Here]

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25
Mar/12
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AT&T Labs, Carnegie Mellon research haptic-feedback steering wheel for turn-by-turn directions

A force-feedback steering wheel. It’s quite literally the stuff of racing games, and AT&T labs, along with Carnegie Mellon, is researching the possibly of throwing similar tech into your real-world whip. MIT’s Technology Review recently highlighted the project, which uses 20 vibrating actuators shoved inside of a steering wheel to create a variety of [...]

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25
Mar/12
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What do Samsung and Phones 4u have to show the UK on March 30th?

We’re not saying this could be the date-of-reveal for the Galaxy S III, but we also can’t say it’s not. What we can surmise, however, is that either Samsung or UK retailer Phones 4u (possibly both) apparently have something to unveil on March 30th. According to Eurodroid, the window pictured above, simply reading “coming [...]

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25
Mar/12
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Chocolate Millenium Falcon Will Give You Diabetes in 12 Parsecs [Food]

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25
Mar/12
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The Giant Nine-Pound Rats Are Coming [Wtf]

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24
Mar/12
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Chrome OS coming to ARM?

Many moons ago, Google made it quite clear we wouldn’t be seeing its browser-based OS on any tablets or phones, but it never said Chrome OS wouldn’t run on devices powered by similar silicon. In fact, the issues tracker at the Chromium OS project shows that work’s being done to get Chrome OS compatible with [...]

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24
Mar/12
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Apogee MiC review

It’s no secret that a few of us here at Engadget HQ have an affinity for mobile recording tech. Perhaps you could blame some of our fledgling amateur music careers, but at any rate, we love to get our hands on tech that allows us to lay down tracks on-the-go. It’s also no [...]

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24
Mar/12
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Theaters Want Pricier 2D Movie Tickets So 3D Films Get Cheaper [3D]

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24
Mar/12
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Basketball Hoop Lamp Is Most Certainly Not For Dunking [Lamps]

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23
Mar/12
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Engadget Podcast 286 – 03.23.2012

We’d normally use this space to give you a little insight into what might happen on this week’s edition of the Engadget Podcast but if you’re reading this, you probably already know, and Tim’s not around this week to tell us how to run things, so we’ll just go ahead and do the practical [...]

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23
Mar/12
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Sony VAIO VCC111 Chromebook passes through FCC, Chrome OS flies its flag

Wondering if Chrome OS has a future? Wonder no more. After Samsung and Acer ushered out Chromebooks of their own following Google I/O 2011, it looks as if Sony’s planning to usher in one of its own prior to this year’s gala. The VAIO VCC111 has just found its way into the FCC’s database, [...]

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23
Mar/12
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Why Some of the Best SNL Sketches Don’t End Up on Hulu [Streaming Video]

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23
Mar/12
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This Voice Recognition Alarm Clock is Your I’ll-Never-Be-Late-For-Work-Again Deal of the Day [Dealzmodo]

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22
Mar/12
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Motorola intros MOTOACTV Golf Edition, doesn’t come in pastel

Here’s something for those who’ve wanted to slip their wrists into one of those MOTOACTV fitness watches, but don’t really do the whole running thing. Motorola’s introducing a Golf Edition of the device, which lets users track games on more than 20,000 courses across the globe, keep track of their score and compare their [...]

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22
Mar/12
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Canon EOS 5D Mark III field review

Shoot in the dark. That’s essentially what you can do with the Canon 5D Mark III — with a top sensitivity of ISO 102,400, what was once unfathomable could soon become an acceptable standard. While point-and-shoot manufacturers are adding WiFi and GPS, and tweaking algorithms in an effort to boost sensitivity beyond the 6400 [...]

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22
Mar/12
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Stunning Rivers of Lava Making an Ocean of Lava [Video]

I get transfixed watching rivers of lava flow, either fast and fluid, or growing in slow motion, like the living rocks at 1 minute and 53 seconds in this video. And that terrifying crackling. More »

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22
Mar/12
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Netflix Updates iPad App for HD!—But Just the Buttons [Ipad]

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