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3D at the Masters

Get up close and personal with the players at the Masters golf tournament without actually setting foot in Augusta, Georgia. If you have a 3D television from the likes of Samsung (LPL) or Sony (SNE), you can access the 3D broadcast of the tournament via Comcast (CMCSA). Time Warner Cable (TWC), Cablevision (CVC) and Cox will also be carring the feed in 3D. If you have a 3D-enabled PC, you can watch the tournament in 3D at Masters.com.

More Music for iPhone

Cultofmac.com has found a way for you to fit more music on your iPhone (AAPL), despite limited memory space. Not only does the new iTunes 9.1 let you search for apps according to your device, now it's letting you download music for your devices to 128kbps AAC. All you have to do is sync your device with iTunes and select "Convert Higher Bit Rate Songs to 128kbps AAC" under "Options" -- and your audio files will be re-formatted to a smaller size.

Design and Win

Design a tote-bag for Bloomingdales (M) and win a $2,000 gift card. The department store is teaming up with the Natural Resources Defense Council to promote "green" products and raise money to protect the environment. Donate $5 or $10 to the NRDC, or shop Bloomingdale's favorite green products

You can submit your design entry for the "Tote-ally Green" contest now through April 25. The grand-prize winner gets a $2,000 gift card, and their design will be produced by Rebecca Minkoff and sold at Bloomingdales.com. Second place gets at $1,000 gift card, and favorite daily submissions will get a $100 gift card.

Another Airline Fee

OnSale told you about the new carry-on fee at Spirit Airlines. Now European discount airliner Ryanair is going to start charging passengers to use the bathroom. The cost totals about $1.30 for use of the lavatory on flights under an hour.

Conduit & Universal

Fans of Conduit Labs, the gaming startup who brought you music social gaming network Loudcrowd, will now have access to tracks from the likes of Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Justin Bieber. 

Universal Music Group (UMG) is letting Conduit have access to its licensed music, giving users the chance to personalize their social gaming and networking activities. Conduit Labs has more than one million users who already collect songs from labels like Beggars Group, Domino and Downtown Records. Conduit's games -- Loudcrowd, Super Dance and the new Facebook game Music Pets -- let users share virtual goods and purchase music downloads.

Better Mapping on BlackBerry

Google maps for mobile devices now lets BlackBerry (RIMM) users access voice search and Google Buzz (GOOG) through its new Google Maps 4.0. You can also access your personalized searches via Google and find local businesses based on your current location.

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