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  • Disney deals itself into the MP3 market with a DAP designed just for kids. The $49 Mix Stick won't stop the younglings from demanding an iPod, but throwing them a pink plastic MP3 player wrapped in a Tinkerbell skin will at least buy you some time until they've saved enough of their allowance to buy (and break) a nano. [Wall St. Journal (reg)]
  • The New York Times isn't quite ready to call the new Z-series Thinkpads "Lenovo Thinkpads" (despite a letter to reviews begging them to do so). No matter what you call it, Lenovo's/IBM's latest laptop gets a warm reception from David Pogue. [New York Times]
  • Wall St. Journal's Walt Mossberg tests out Kodak's Wi-Fi-enabled EasyShare-one digicam, and comes away unenthused. Short battery life (just one hour if Wi-Fi is enabled) and flaky wireless connections doom the new $600 camera. [Wall St. Journal (reg]
  • Chicago Sun-Times columnist Andy Ihnatko loves Nokia's 6682 smartphone even more than Pop Tarts. [Chicago Sun-Times]
  • Skype borrows a page from the cellphone industry and offers ringtones, sounds, and pictures to its users (for a fee, of course). [Seattle Times]