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LG LCD HDTV CES 2010 range revealed: 3D-ready flagship Infinia LE9500

LG LCD HDTV CES 2010 range revealed: 3D-ready flagship Infinia LE9500

LG's CES 2010 LCD HDTV line-up may not be quite as technologically impressive as Toshiba's CELL-packing ZX900, but it certainly dwarfs it in terms of sheer number of models.  The company have announced a full 39 different HDTVs, ranging from the entry-level LD350 which kicks off at a modest 19-inches, through to the Infinia LE9500 flagship with up to 55-inch panels, skinny 8.5mm bezels, Full HD 1080p, Skype videocalls (assuming you plug in a webcam), 3D-ready support and streaming media from Netflix, VUDU, YouTube, Napster and Yahoo! Widgets.

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Olympus PEN E-P2 launched: new accessories & sky-high pricing

Olympus PEN E-P2 launched: new accessories & sky-high pricing

Thanks to previews on the company's own site, the launch of the new Olympus PEN E-P2 Micro Four Thirds camera comes as little surprise.  Still, we've been waiting to see exactly what tweaks and changes - beyond an optional electronic viewfinder - the company has made, and while we'll save our final judgement until the reviews come in, right now it's looking like a reasonable upgrade.  The PEN E-P2 adds a continuous autofocus tracking system which can be used in both still and video modes, and adds that all-important accessory connector port for various add-ons to the hot-shoe.

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Silicon Mountain Allio HDTV with integrated Blu-ray Media Center

Silicon Mountain Allio HDTV with integrated Blu-ray Media Center

Silicon Mountain have taken the sizable wraps off of the Allio HDTV, which not only boasts a full 1080p High-Definition panel but an integrated home theater PC and Blu-ray player.  Available in two sizes, 32 inches and 42-inches, six models are on offer: the top-spec Allio ATVI-3G4542 has an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 CPU with 4GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive and Windows Vista Home Premium.

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Joost – Internet TV by Skype Founders

Joost – Internet TV by Skype Founders

The guys who shake the communication world and created Skype is unveiling their new project called Joost, an internet based TV service. Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis, who cashed in around $2.6 billion in 2005 from selling Skype to Ebay is taking advantage of P2P technology to empower Joost and its video distribution technology.

By downloading Joost browser, users will be able to select clips and channels. They are planning to partner up with TV and film producers in order to bring in more videos content, however that is one challenge Joost might hit a hurdle. Joost will be supported by Ads and it is now available on Beta.

Logitech ConferenceCam Connect puts video chat in stick

Logitech ConferenceCam Connect puts video chat in stick

There's clearly a trend toward slightly-ominous slender cylinders in tech: first Amazon's Echo, and now Logitech has put the form-factor to use as a portable Full HD video conferencing gadget. The Logitech ConferenceCam Connect may at first glance look like a fancy sippy-cup for commuters to tote their coffee around in, but it's actually a fancy 1080p camera with ZEISS optics and integrated wireless, capable of turning a smartphone or tablet into an impromptu display, and linking roving employees into their company's video conferencing systems.

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Parks and Rec final season trailer shows drone-filled future

Parks and Rec final season trailer shows drone-filled future

Welcome to the future! Parks and Rec's final season is nearly upon us, and with it, we'll be getting a look at the future of our Earth. In the trailer you're about to see, Leslie and Ben are living in their new house together, Tom Haverford is a mogul, and Andy Dwyer has his own TV show. There are drones flying around with packages, too - just like Amazon predicted! And there are see-through tablets, too - it's a terrifying world out there!

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How Google Cardboard takes you on the VR stage with Paul McCartney

How Google Cardboard takes you on the VR stage with Paul McCartney

This week we've had a chat with Jens Christensen, CEO of Jaunt, the company that's bringing everyday Google Cardboard users to the concert stage with artists like Jack White and Paul McCartney. Jaunt deals in Virtual Reality experiences, collecting events and locations with their unique camera setups, turning that media into video. With Paul McCartney, this journey began with Award-Winning Film Director Mark Romanek. This fellow Romanek is associated with both Paul McCartney and Jaunt, working in the role of one of their advisors. Once McCartney saw Jaunt's technology in action, he invited the crew to his next concert.

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Apple’s ‘Best of 2014′ list includes old favs, new artists, fun apps

Apple’s ‘Best of 2014′ list includes old favs, new artists, fun apps

With so much media floating around their platform, Apple has once again rolled out their year-end, best-of awards list. They’ve announced their favorites from 2014, along with a few fun surprises for us. Frozen dominated, with its album being iTunes’ best seller in 2014. Theme song Let It Go was the eighth most downloaded song all year, and two Frozen-themed apps were among the most downloaded of 2014. For the rest of apple’s favorites in 2014, keep reading!

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PlayStation Experience: Watch starting this Saturday

PlayStation Experience: Watch starting this Saturday

This weekend - starting December 6th - the Sony PlayStation Experience will begin. This is a two-day event series centered on Sony's gaming universe, and quite a few of the bits and pieces being shown will be shown live, through Twitch. It's not only Sony that's showing off their wares, but groups like Naughty Dog, Ubisoft, and Blizzard Entertainment. This event series will show games like Tearaway Unfolded, Grim Fandango Remastered, and No Man's Sky, all with live gameplay and/or in-depth detail as up-to-date as possible.

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