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Introducing the LPX show (podcast)

Liliputing has been publishing mobile tech news, tips, and reviews since 2008. But something you may not know about me is that I’ve also been a radio reporter, host, and producer since long before I’d heard the word blog. Since Liliputing is more than a full time job, I haven’t had much time to dabble in […]

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Samsung’s Milk Music offers free internet radio (to Galaxy phones)

Samsung has launched a new streaming music service called Milk Music. It’s free to use, doesn’t include any ads from sponsors… and it’s only available on a select group of phones. If you have a Samsung Galaxy S III, S4, or Galaxy Note II or Note 3 you can download Milk Music from the Google […]

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Arnova SoundPad is a home media player with the guts of a tablet

Archos is taking another swing at the smart clock radio space with the Arnova SoundPad. It’s basically what you’d get if you fused a 7 inch Android tablet with a small stand and a set of desktop speakers. In other words, it’s like a big, next-generation Archos 35 Home Connect. The Arnova SoundPad features a […]

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Closer look at the Archos 35 Home Connect – Video

The Archos 35 Home Connect is sort of a cross between a clock radio, a portable stereo, and an Android smartphone. Seriously. It’s little little device with a 3.5 inch touchscreen display, two relatively large speakers, and Android 2.2 Froyo. It can stream music from thousands of internet radio stations, view weather forecasts, or simply […]

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Where I work

Ever wonder where the magic that is Liliputing happens? Well, even if you haven’t, here it is. Xavier at Notebooks.com decided to start asking tech bloggers for pictures of their workspaces the other day. So I snapped a quick photo of my home office and sent it off to him. pardon the mess, but that’s […]

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Digital audio editing on low-cost ultraportables

When I’m not writing about tiny computers, software, personal video recorders, or the environment, I’m a radio journalist and occasional audio engineer. And every now and again, my worlds cross. A colleague recently wrote to ask for my advice on setting up a field recording kit, complete with a digital audio recorder, mic, cables, headphones, […]