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Google, Samsung diss MicroNokia in China -- report

The companies say they're worried that the merger could give Microsoft too much power over patents.

By March 3, 2014

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Sony solves smartphone storage with micro USB flash drive

Sony has announced a new flash drive with a micro USB on one side and full-sized USB on the other for easy smartphone storage expansion and file transferral.

By December 15, 2013

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Blippr offers micro-product reviews

With its 160-character length limit, Blippr replicates microblogging sites, and there are good reasons to assume that this format translates well to product reviews, as David Binkowski writes.

By July 31, 2008

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Sony A37 Micro Four Thirds rival shoots 7fps and HD video

The Sony Alpha SLT-A37 is a lens-switching, hi-def video-shootin' snapper somewhere between an SLR and a Micro Four Thirds camera.

By May 17, 2012

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Samsung waterproof microSD cards toughen up

Samsung's newest line of SD and microSD cards can shrug off the elements, protecting your multimedia files with a tighter grip.

By February 17, 2012

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Samsung TVs 2012: Micro dimming LEDs, blacker plasmas, gesture control

CNET compares the 2012 lineups of major TV makers based on their CES announcements.

By January 26, 2012

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Samsung UNES7100 series LED TVs get slim bezel, micro dimming

The Samsung UNES7100 series of LED-based LCD TVs from Samsung is only the company's third-best announced for 2012, but it has the features equivalent to the 2011 flagship's.

By January 9, 2012

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Samsung NX10 unveiled: Micro Four Thirds gets competition

The Micro Four Thirds camera system has some incompatible competition from Samsung: NX technology. And the first camera to use it is Samsung's 14.6-megapixel NX10

By January 4, 2010

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Sony Ericsson Micro Travel Charger CMT-60

This charger packs a lot of energy in a small, portable design.

April 23, 2007

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Using cheaper microSD memory in your PSP and Sony cameras is a no-no

DealExtreme has an inexpensive adapter that allows you to use microSD cards in place of more expensive Memory Stick Pro Duo cards in a variety of Sony-branded portable devices. The only problem is that it's illegal.

By June 3, 2009