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Daily Engadget: Google Wave Hands-on, LG Watchphone Out

The Daily Engadget: Hands-On with Google's Wave, and LG's Watchphone Released

Our friends over at Engadget obsessively cover everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics, which is why we compile this daily roundup of their top stuff (or, at least, what we think is tops). For more details on any of these stories, click on the Engadget links in each story below.

Trying Out Google's Wave
Google's Wave could be the next biggest thing to hit the Internet by allowing people to collaboratively search and discuss the results. It's hard to explain, but it's going to be huge, so head on over to Engadget's hands-on preview of the service.

LG's GD910 Watch Phone Priced in Europe
We've seen watch phones before, but nothing quite like LG's GD910, which also allows video calls and real-life versions of all your Dick Tracy fantasies.

Apple Tracking Gadget Abuse
Modern gadgets are fickle things, and a quick trip into a toilet or onto a concrete floor usually means the end of them. But how are we to differentiate between accidental damage and warranty-worthy problems? Apple is developing a suite of sensors to tell the difference.

Laptop Magazine Finds Best and Worst Tech Support
Frequently need help with your laptop? Hopefully you have a Mac, since Apple is the only company whose tech support received an 'A' rating.

Pressure-Sensitive Keyboard Shows Aggressive Typing
You probably know how hard it is to express emotion over e-mail, but Microsoft's prototype pressure-sensitive keyboard might put an end to misread missives by detecting just how hard (loud) you're typing.

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