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The Daily Slash: October 6th 2010

The Daily Slash: October 6th 2010

With CTIA officially kicked off, it was a pretty busy few hours there earlier this afternoon. And with more events planned, and some not even at CTIA, it looks like the rest of the week is going to be just as busy. In our story caught from around the Web, NTT DoCoMo and Olympus have teamed up to create some Augmented Reality glasses. And then, as we usually do around this time of the night, we'll wrap up what's happening around the R3 Media Network.

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Logitech Revue vs Apple TV

Logitech Revue vs Apple TV

Logitech has taken a few minutes out of today to formally announce, and unveil, their brand new Revue set-top box. The new gadget is the first set-top box to feature Google's Google TV, and obviously while the idea is to bring the Internet to your TV, the Revue's main competition comes out of Cupertino, and it's called Apple TV. After the break, we'll take a look at the comparisons and differences between the two devices, all the way down to what comes in the box, giving you the details regarding the two devices, so you can figure out which box you'll be spending your money on.

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Logitech Revue Accessories Feature TV Cam and Mini Keyboard, Plus More

Logitech Revue Accessories Feature TV Cam and Mini Keyboard, Plus More

Logitech is still holding their unveil event, and while the Logitech Revue has already been outed, it looks like the accessories department didn't get the short end of the stick. While the majority of work may have gone into the Revue set-top box itself, there's no denying that Logitech put a major push into the accessories department, too. From webcams to applications, they've got future owners covered.

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Logitech Revue Google TV box makes official debut; up for $299 preorder

Logitech Revue Google TV box makes official debut; up for $299 preorder

Logitech has officially taken the wraps off of their Revue Google TV box, and we're live from Google's event having just played with the hardware itself.  A compact box toting WiFI b/g/n, HDMI inputs and outputs, two IR blaster ports, two USB 2.0, ethernet and S/PDIF, the Logitech Revue comes with a specially-designed wireless keyboard - complete with media playback controls and a trackpad - an IR box and, optionally, a webcam for HD video calls.  Up to 1080p HD video resolution is supported.

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The Daily Slash: October 1st 2010

The Daily Slash: October 1st 2010

It was the first day of October, so hopefully it went well for you. In other news, it's also Friday, which means the weekend is upon us, and we've all survived another week. Welcome to The Daily Slash. Tonight, we've got the strangest piece of iPhone accessory we've ever seen, and that could either be a good or bad thing. And then, as we wrap it up, we'll take a look at what's been happening around the R3 Media Network.

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Logitech Unveiling New Line of Products for Google TV on October 6th

Logitech Unveiling New Line of Products for Google TV on October 6th

Logitech's partnership with Google for the upcoming release of Google TV has been known since its unveiling. It's been drilled into the psyche of many, though, with Logitech's release of their Lonely TV advertisements, which showcases a TV that misses its owners. And now that the teasing is over with, it looks like the company is finally ready to come forward and officially unveil what they've got planned. And it looks like they'll be beating Sony to the punch.

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Logitech Revue with Google TV Lonely TV Advertisement Part 5 Debuts

Logitech Revue with Google TV Lonely TV Advertisement Part 5 Debuts

Last month, Logitech and Google showcased a commercial that was supposed to tell the world about the Logitech Revue set-top box, featuring Google TV. Unfortunately, that particular advertisement didn't do that. Instead, it managed to terrify anyone who watched it, and probably gave the actress in the ad something she'll never forget. But that's not stopping the two companies from showcasing another video, with the TV-with-feet idea again. Fortunately, there's no screaming this time around, but that doesn't mean it's not creepy.

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