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DIRECTV announces DIRECTV Genie HD DVR

DIRECTV announces DIRECTV Genie HD DVR

Touting it as the "most advanced and intuitive HD DVR" available, DIRECTV has announced their latest HD DVR: the DIRECTV Genie. This new DVR brings to the table a whole roster of features you'd be hard-pressed to find elsewhere, including the ability to record up to 5 high-definition videos at once. According to DIRECTV, this flagship DVR is the by-product of integrating as many of the most requested features as possible.

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13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display likely coming soon

13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display likely coming soon

Once we got our hands on the original 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, it seemed almost inevitable that Apple would release another iteration of the device. Today a note has come through from Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI, an analyst group who suggests that a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display might only be three months away. This information also ties in with NPD DisplaySearch analysis says via Richard Shim and Jeff Lin, both of them suggesting that a 13.3-inch panel was already being produced.

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Motorola DROID RAZR HD for Verizon leaks

Motorola DROID RAZR HD for Verizon leaks

Another day another leak here for Motorola. After seeing the first press image of what is rumored to be AT&T's Motorola Atrix 3, we now have a leaked photo of the upcoming Verizon Motorola DROID RAZR HD. Showing the full Kevlar backplate and sleek design of the new version, looking very similar to the original DROID RAZR other than a few minor changes. It looks like Motorola went full Kevlar on the back, and got rid of that plastic border around the device. More details after the break.

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The Hobbit 48fps might be axed

The Hobbit 48fps might be axed

As it was in the past, so shall it be in the future with first steps into the future of film, Peter Jackson and The Hobbit's crews finding this out the hard way. The crew of The Hobbit have decided to attempt to work in 48 frames per second with the new film and have done a single public screening thus far this month at CinemaCon. Reactions to this new ultra-clear ultra-smooth version of filming and presenting of a film have not been positive on the whole, this not exactly becoming the instant win that Jackson and the rest of the Middle Earth family hoping it would be.

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Dolby, Philips show off glasses-free 3D HD displays

Dolby, Philips show off glasses-free 3D HD displays

Dolby and Philips have partnered to create a new 3D HD format and suite of technologies called Dolby 3D, which they unveiled at the NAB 2012 show in Las Vegas this week. The Dolby 3D format enables glasses-free 3D HD viewing for displays of any size, which allows 3D HD content to be delivered to any device, from HDTVs to tablets and smartphones.

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Livestream debuts Broadcaster, affordable HD live streaming hardware

Livestream debuts Broadcaster, affordable HD live streaming hardware

Livestream, the current leader in live streaming services, is shaking things up by introducing an industry-first affordable portable HD video encoder and uploader called the Broadcaster. This device will work with the company's New Livestream service to bring an unlimited ad-free HD broadcasting solution to the masses. With the Broadcaster, live video coverage of events would only require a camera and an internet connection.

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Sony’s Ratchet & Clank classics get ratcheted up to 1080p

Sony’s Ratchet & Clank classics get ratcheted up to 1080p

Sony is set to launch a re-release version of its classic Ratchet & Clank games from the PS2, available in full 1080p HD support, or 720p 3D support for those with the equipment to take their game to the next dimension. In addition to a complete remastering of the graphics, the games have added trophy support. And, where applicable, online multiplayer has been recreated to function with the Playstation Network.

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Pivothead video glasses can record in 1080p

Pivothead video glasses can record in 1080p

Pivothead has introduced its first entry into the market of sunglasses with built-in video cameras. Outdoor enthusiasts and thrill seekers get to protect their eyes and record what they see during their adventures. And now with the new Pivothead video glasses, they get to record full HD 1080p video and even take 8-megapixel stills.

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