65Bits Episode 117: A crazy episode-sode-sode of 65bits-bits-bits...

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Daniel, Farinelli, DK and Hisham

*For more craziness, be sure to listen all the way!!*

Stories this week:

[02:30] Samsung’s new LED TVs
[07:50] Fujitsu’s M2010 netbook (Links to their previous model, the 1010)
[10:25] Toshiba’s NB200 netbook
[12:25] Samsung’s long awaited i7500 Android smartphone
[14:10] CodeXtremeApps 2009
[15:20] Rumour of next Palm WebOS device leaked even before their first device begins sale

[17:30] Bonus! The difference between Capacitive Touch and Resistive Touch

[21:35] Google’s FluTrends – The future of disease detection?
[25:40] In Major Shift, Apple Builds Its Own Team to Design Chips – In-sourcing the way to go?
– By The Way… [37:50] Creative’s Zen MX, the original Zen, stripped down and relaunched. (Correction: It’s 8 and 16GBs, not 2GB, but does loses codecs)

[39:35] Byte Of The Week: PrintWhatYouLike.com

[44:55] Wait! There’s more!

Daniel Tsou is our fabulous host, who decides mostly what we talk about and basically calls the shots, Yes, he does. I, writer of this bio on Mr Tsou is very much afraid that by commiting this post to words, I will be dragged off in the night by a black Truck, or a Segway more like. Other than that, Daniel is tall, lived for a period of time in Venezuela and Spain, and is enthusiastic for all things tech.
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