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Devastating. There are no words to effectively convey the human catastrophe suffered in Japan. Engadget would like to express our sincere condolences to those readers personally affected by recent events. As a tech publication, we're obviously focused on the impact these events will have on Japan

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March 14, 2011 at 9:24AM
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Now this is the sort of activity you'd expect from a true search giant. Instead of sitting on its hands during the tsunami that has stricken Japan today, Google has put together a Person Finder tool where people worried about the plight of their loved ones can look them up by name. There are only a

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It's been far too long since we've seen the Enryu support robot out on the streets of Japan, and unfortunately, it was called into action once again recently after an earthquake reportedly rocked Niigata. The newest edition, dubbed the T-53, has received a number of improvements over the prior T-52

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When you're already tracking every kid out there to make sure no one gets into too much mischief, you definitely need a way to make a call whilst in \"mountainous areas or at sea,\" right? Apparently the Japanese government thinks so, as it's planning on bringing satellite calling to the masses by lau

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When you're already tracking every kid out there to make sure no one gets into too much mischief, you definitely need a way to make a call whilst in \"mountainous areas or at sea,\" right? Apparently the Japanese government thinks so, as it's planning on bringing satellite calling to the masses by lau

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It's a good thing that Japan's Meteorological Agency actually had the nationwide earthquake warning system ready to rock in March, as the fiber optic system was put into use this month in an attempt to warn citizens of an imminent tsunami. Reportedly, a \"huge tremor\" struck and triggered the system

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While we've seen detectors from nearly every angle imaginable, Ubukata Industries Co. is helping us all to consolidate just a bit by cramming two of the most important sensors into a single, compact device. The multi-tasking earthquake detector and alarm comes in a variety of colors and is compact

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