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T-Mobile Project Dark “Even More” & “Even More Plus” plans confirmed

T-Mobile Project Dark “Even More” & “Even More Plus” plans confirmed

Remember T-Mobile Project Dark and the leaked shots purporting to be new price plans for the US carrier?  Well, now there's official confirmation of the new contract and non-contract packages, hoping to lure those looking only for heavy upfront subsidies to a non-contract plan with equipment payments by installments.  The new T-Mobile Even More and Even More Plus plans kick off at $59 and $49 respectively, the former offering the more traditional device subsidy along with a two-year agreement, while the latter does without both the subsidy and the contract.

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T-Mobile Project Dark price plans leak

T-Mobile Project Dark price plans leak

T-Mobile's Project Dark still has the rumor-gibbons babbling, and so we're pleased to see what look like hard numbers to go along with the speculation.  According to TmoNews, you're looking at leaked price plan details for T-Mobile USA's upcoming tariff refresh, which detail a number of new contract and non-contract plans all of which have free nationwide T-Mobile-to-T-Mobile calling and free nights/weekends.

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Play Big with Infocus IN83 DLP Darkchip 4 Projector

Play Big with Infocus IN83 DLP Darkchip 4 Projector

If you can’t afford the DC4 Marantz VP-11S2, let alone the $30k 3-chip DC4 Sim2, Infocus has a much affordable DC4 model around the corner. The newer Infocus Play Big In83 features the new DLP DarkChip4 , to increase 25 percents more on contrast department compare to last model IN82. The brightness also bumps up 100 lumens more to 1600, it’s capable to produce native contrast ratio of 5000:1 and up to 15000:1 with dynamic feature. The word is it is coming out around March with price of £3500 ($6900) and comes with adaptor for anamorphic lens.

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CES2008 : LG 1080p SXRD Projector Hidden in the Dark

CES2008 : LG 1080p SXRD Projector Hidden in the Dark

Ewdison reported a surprising find at CES 2008, a SXRD 1080p projector from LG? It’s huge and too dark to tell but it’s a SXRD alright except it’s not coming from Sony but LG. Apparently LG quietly joins the club of SXRD projector unannounced, alone and hidden in a dark showroom. Poor thing needs to get noticed! The AF115 uses industry best Silicon Optic HQV image processor with specs of 1300 lumens and dynamic CR of 30,000 : 1. Without the price and availability in hand, it’s hard to compare to the newest $15k Sony VW200 SXRD but get these, it’s has an extremely low fan noise of 18db and comes with ISF certified.

Netherlands highway take glow in the dark paint for a test drive

Netherlands highway take glow in the dark paint for a test drive

Driving down a 500 meter stretch of highway N329 in Oss, Netherlands can only be best described as a scene right out of a science fiction film. Seeking alternative, and perhaps cheaper, means to light up night roads, the government has agreed to test out a proposal to make use of light-absorbing glow in the dark road paint in place of energy-consuming street lights.

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NEC NP-L102W LED portable projector packs 1000 lumens

NEC NP-L102W LED portable projector packs 1000 lumens

NEC has rolled out a new portable LED projector designed to be compact enough to take on the road that also has impressive brightness. Often when a projector is made with an eye towards portability using LEDs, it's not a very bright unit and requires a very dark room to work well. NEC's new L102W portable projector is bright and uses long lasting LEDs rather than a traditional bulb.

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Nissan 3E head-mounted display teased in dark video

Nissan 3E head-mounted display teased in dark video

The Tokyo Motor show is sure to bring on its fair share of oddities rather soon, one of the more face-friendly being the Nissan 3E HUD - a heads-up display made for Nissan vehicle driving specifically. What you're going to find with this device is a system in-tune with the vehicle as you drive it, allowing you to see a variety of detail points on the inner workings of the car while your traditional dashboard collection of meters gives you the rest of the layout per usual. Now we've just got to see how this device actually works.

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Canon uses high-sensitivity 35mm full-frame sensor to record HD fireflies in the dark

Canon uses high-sensitivity 35mm full-frame sensor to record HD fireflies in the dark

Recording video in the dark often requires a supplementary IR light to be possible, with such small pin-pricks of light as fireflies being invisible in the dark to most camera sensors. Canon has successfully recorded the tiny glowing insects, however, using a full-frame 35mm high-sensitivity CMOS sensor that it had announced back in March of this year.

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