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Bassjump portable subwoofer reviewed, matches MacBooks

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Do you use your MacBook as a stereo, DVD player, and media player? For most of us that is what it has become. With The Bassjump, a USB powered subwoofer, you can enjoy your sound as it should be heard, loud and full of bass.

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Google Buzz raises concerns over privacy

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Google Buzz, Google’s new social-media utility, has got some disturbing security flaws according to user reports.For example, when you are creating a new account, a dialogue box gets you to make a profile and upload a photo. Then it automatically builds your buddy list based on the contacts in your Gmail.

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Lazy Days Hammock, lappin’ and loungin’

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A portable hammock that won’t leave those annoying knot marks on my butt, it's made from soft, durable nylon. The manufactures have taken into account that lazy/tired people would be the ones who have to put the hammock up so they designed it to be very simply and takes mere seconds.

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Stream the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver on your mobile phone

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To help you, with the help of the Washington Post, we have put together some info so your laptop or smartphone can get you all the Olympic 2010 events that you want to see when they are broadcast, not just when your station has time to televise it.

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Inside Google World: A CBC documentary

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Last night I was with family and housework free, I decided to do some channel surfing on the tube and came upon a special called ‘Google World’ on CBC's Doc Zone. I had not seen any promotions for the show in the past, so I was intrigued and fascinated by how current the information was on Google's position in our lives today and their future plans for cloud computing.

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Indamixx Portable Studio USB Stick for Netbooks and Laptops released

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On Thursday, Trinity Audio Group Inc., makers of the Indamixx Portable Internet Radio Station, announced they are expanding their line with INDAMIXX Portable Studio on a USB stick. With a 14 minute install the INDAMIXX USB stick turns your netbook and notebooks into an affordable, portable audio recording studio.

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Mobilizing sports content our main objective: ESPN360 now ESPN3

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ESPN360 is about to get a slight name change, as of April it will now be known as ESPN3.com. Damon Phillips, the gentleman in charge re-branding the network was bursting with excitement over the success that ESPN360 has had and their direction towards delivering mobile content is still a large focus.

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Primo Micro iPhone and iPod battery pack from PhoneSuit

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The Primo, a portable, rechargeable battery for your iPhone & iPod is only about the size of your thumb and is an astonishing 800mAh capacity battery. This provides roughly 3 hours of talk time on your iPhone or 36 hours of music on an iPod.

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HTC Legend spotted; Hero 2.1 update next month

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Not wanting to be over shadowed by the news that Motorola CLIQ will be running Android 2.1 next month, HTC has announced that their Hero phone will also be getting the Android OS. And although there were previous rumors that the HTC Hero will be getting Android 2.1 it was always just speculation.

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NeonGreen Soular Backpacks are good for your gadgets, great for the planet

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The company Neon Green has been around for some time now producing backpacks, their latest are a line of solar paneled backpacks that harness the energy from the sun allowing you to recharge your hand held devices the way nature intended.

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Tougher regulations in the pipeline for airborne battery-powered devices

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Travel laws for those with a laptop, smartphone or battery powered mobile device are once again about to get stickier, even shipments of said devices may get more expensive due to the U.S. Department of Transportation's proposal regarding the transportation of small, battery powered devices by air.

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Michael Jackson’s THIS IS IT loaded on Samsung S2 external harddrives

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Samsung Electronics announced the availability of the special edition Samsung S2 Portable. The S2 SE is a much improved external HDD with an increase of 500GB, and pre-loaded with ‘Michael Jackson's THIS IS IT' movie - coinciding with its February 22 release in Europe on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.

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VuPoint Solutions Magic Wand portable scanner scans B&W pages in 4 seconds

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Imagine a scanner that can copy a full page in 4 seconds and is portable. We just came across the VuPoint PDS-ST410-VP Magic Wand and this portable scanner is small enough to fit in your laptop bag and can scan either color or B&W A4 pages at 600x600 resolutions, which are then stored on a microSD card to be downloaded onto your PC or Mac via a simple USB connection

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T-Mobile HTC HD2, Motorola Zeppelin and Nokia Nuron releases leaked

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Plenty of release dates have been leaked on T-Mobile USA about new products that are set to be released over the next few months of 2010. The release that is expected on March 10th is the Motorola Cliq XT, which previous reports have referred to as the Zeppelin.

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H-Cell 2.0 Hydrogen Fuel Cell System for RC Cars only, sorry

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The new fuel cell power kit for model scale radio controlled racing cars is being announced this week at the International Toy & Hobby Fair in Nuremberg. Horizon has developed an H-Cell 2.0 battery adapter kit that sits above the battery on the chassis of the car.  Quite different then the H-racer we saw a long time back. This new ...

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