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Microsoft Multi-Touch Demo Video at Windows 7!

Okay, I do bash Microsoft a lot but here’s a really cool multi-touch demo from Microsoft!

The thing is running Dell’s Latitude XT Tablet, one of Microsoft’s core monolpoly gang banger members.

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0.3mm OLED TV by Sir Howard Stringer

OLED TVs now will come in 0.3mm thickness!!! Please get me one!!!

[via techeblogallthingsdengadget]

Here’s a video from CES:

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rMFZ4O_oLs

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Nokia E66 Approved by FCC

Yey, Nokia E66 is approved by FCC.  Too bad they still need to work on their browser.  No matter how fast their phone goes, it will still be crappy by Zedomax standards if there’s no browser that supports flash.

One of Nokia’s upcoming business-class handsets, the svelte E66 slider, has garnered FCC approval ahead of a launch that we’ve got to believe is happening in the very near future now. That’s the good news; the bad news is that there’s zero North American 3G involved from what we can see in the test reports.

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Pentax Optio W60 digital camera can work under 14 feet of water!

Well, looks like digital camera technology is getting better and better.  This Pentax camera can work up to 14 feet under water and up to 14 degrees Fahrenheit.  Price will be around $329.

The 10 megapixel shooter packs a 2.5-inch LCD, 5x optical zoom that doesn’t ever extend out from the main camera body, 720p movie mode, ISO 6400 sensitivity and face, smile, and blink detection.

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RINGBO – Riding Robot for Kids from Korea!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJuznNX5L54

Airrobot Ltd. in Korea, has just started selling RINGO robots in Korea on their online store, Toymart.co.kr, for 290,000 won, equal to about $290 USD. They might ship it to the US if you can pay for shipping…

Lol, maybe I can star

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Goohack Launched! – Find DIYs, HowTos, Hacks, and more!

Goohack was just launched!  It’s a search engine that uses Google API to search DIYs, HowTos, Hacks, and other technology stuff from hand-selected sites by me.

It’s pretty useful as it filters out a lot of sites you don’t consider DIY and HowTo related.

For example,

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Live coverage from Sony’s CES press conference at Engadget

The greatest part about NOT going to CES this year? I get to sit on my butt and read all these tech blog write about them. Well, it’s good that I am acting sorta as a “human filter” to filter out all the crappy stuff and post the best on Zedomax.

Anyways, you can get a really good overview of Sony’s CES press conference over at Engadget. I think this is one of the longest Engadget posts I’ve seen in awhile

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Custom Segways in Oakland, California

Check out some of these really cool custom segways from a company in Oakland, California!

[via] enGadget

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Engadget San Francisco reader meetup

Engadget is having a meetup for its readers in San Francisco! They are giving out lots of FREE stuff, so don’t miss it if you live near here! (I will try to be there…)

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Electric Giraff, Submarine maker, and more at Maker Faire!

Check out some of the cool stuff and people that are going to be at the Maker Faire! (Including us but we have no idea what to bring…yet)

We will get to play with an electric giraff (hopefully) and meet with submarine maker Mike Wernecke.

You can get some

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