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Taste tests are fun -- unless you're in Italy, in which case they're drawn-out and rancorous. That's why scientists in Milan are trying to remove humans from the equation, by using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to reveal objective \"metabolomic fingerprints\" for different foodstuff

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October 31, 2011 at 7:58AM
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While Korean manufacturer Tomato has never produced the most eye-catching PMPs, at least the company was pushing out some original looking products for awhile. Not so with the measly 2GB or 4GB 'Video Touch,' which doesn't even try to deviate from Apple's tried-and-true design, although it does a g

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It looks like Korea's Tomato has trotted out yet another decidedly un-tomato like PMP, with its new Tomato Video player offering many of the same features of the company's U24 model in a slightly more streamlined package. That includes the usual 2.4-inch display, along with an FM radio, an e-book r

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Sure, we're used to seeing some damn tiny SSDs and flash drives but Tomato's D-18 manages to be only 8.5mm (.3 inches) thick and still pack in a 60GB 1.8-inch Toshiba hard drive. That's quite a feat -- and you'll be able to show it off in your choice of five colors, if you can manage to sneak one o

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South Korea's Tomato may have to endure more than a few snickers as a result of its curious choice of name, but it doesn't seem to be letting that hold it back from keeping up a steady pace with its PMPs, now adding the U24 model to its lineup. Apart from the less-than-intuitive interface, this one

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While we were all snickering at this Tomato brand and its associated DAP aspirations, it looks like the fruit / vegetable-themed company has been busy with another player, its well-screened U7. Along with the 1.8-inch LCD, which ain't too shabby given the size of this DAP, Tomato has packed in MP4

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Hey, if a US company can call themselves \"Apple,\" then why not \"Tomato\" in Korea? That's right, Tomato is back with a new DAP. And just like Apple, Tomato is using the word \"mini\" to describe their product offering; in this case, a 512MB/1GB/2GB flash player measuring in at 7x27x12-mm and 15-grams.

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Although South Korea is home to more than a few oddities, the oddly-named Tomato is looking to ship its latest portable media player, the U20, to Seoul and the surrounding areas. Housed in a brushed aluminum / chrome enclosure, this simple looking device boasts a two-inch LCD screen, 15 hours of bat

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