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Samsung N120 reviewed: big keyboard disappoints, little speakers impress

Samsung N120 reviewed: big keyboard disappoints, little speakers impress

Samsung's N120 seemed like a netbook desperately searching for a niche back when the company announced it in March, promising a 10-inch display like its N110 sibling but the kind of larger keyboard you'd expect to find on a 12.1-inch machine.  Bizarrely, though, it's not the keyboard that reviewers Liliputing found impressive about the N120, but the speakers; in actual fact, the 'board is something of a disappointment.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera NX leaks with full-sized body: may not replace original [UPDATE]

Samsung Galaxy Camera NX leaks with full-sized body: may not replace original [UPDATE]

If you were thinking that the Galaxy Camera NX was going to kick out the original Samsung Galaxy Camera at the London event later this month, you might have to think again. What we're seeing here is a leaked photo and a bit of info suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy Camera will not be replaced by this model, but will instead be split in one direction - up towards this larger model - and in another - down toward the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 photo examples appear in Google+

Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 photo examples appear in Google+

With the next Samsung device event coming up quick - June 20th, that is, a selection of devices have been appearing: smartphones to notebooks to cameras. Today's appearance is by a device code-named EK-GN120 and suggested to be known in the market as the Samsung Galaxy Camera II (aka Samsung Galaxy Camera 2). This device would, if proven to be legitimate, work with a 20.9-megapixel camera lens.

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Sony and Panasonic team on big-screen OLED

Sony and Panasonic team on big-screen OLED

Sony and Panasonic have announced a collaboration to develop large panel OLEDs for TV, pushing the low-power technology as a potential replacement for LCD and plasma. The deal will see the two firms work together on next-generation organic EL panels and modules, using printing processes that are more efficient than existing manufacturing techniques. If all goes to plan, meanwhile, Sony and Panasonic's partnership may only be the first step.

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