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Sony: Our 56-inch 4k OLED TV is biggest & brightest (we just can’t make it)

Sony: Our 56-inch 4k OLED TV is biggest & brightest (we just can’t make it)

Sony is showing off a new prototype 4k Ultra HD OLED TV at IFA 2013, and the company isn't short on hyperbole about the new set. The 56-inch panel is both brighter and more colorful than either of the OLED TVs on sale from Samsung and LG, Sony told us, as well as being bigger, at least by an inch. However, there's a hitch: right now, Sony isn't producing it, and it isn't quite sure whether it could.

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Panasonic declares withdrawal from consumer smartphone market following high losses

Panasonic declares withdrawal from consumer smartphone market following high losses

The smartphone industry has become a rough playing field for once-top gadget makers, with Samsung and Apple's domination of the market having a trickle down effect that starves other smartphone manufacturers of the decent-to-high sales numbers they once saw. Such is the case with Panasonic, which has seen its smartphone sales stagger over the years and as a result will pull out of the consumer smartphone market.

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Panasonic 4K tablet teased as world’s thinnest and lightest with 20-inch panel

Panasonic 4K tablet teased as world’s thinnest and lightest with 20-inch panel

In the days before the official start of the Berlin-based technology conference known as IFA 2013, Panasonic is aiming to stir up some excitement with word of a 20-inch 4K tablet. This device does not seem to be the sort of device that Panasonic will be releasing any time soon, acting as part of a series of presentations titled "A Better Life, A Better World", showing off what the company is capable of now in products designed for tomorrow. This device will be one part of a series of product categories Panasonic will be aiming to demonstrate their power in - Digital AVC, Appliances, and Enterprise Solutions also included.

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Panasonic taps QNX for in-car infotainment systems worldwide

Panasonic taps QNX for in-car infotainment systems worldwide

A move has been made between Panasonic and QNX Software Systems Limited this week in which in-car infotainment systems will be launched throughout the world in coming years. Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America is letting it be known that the QNX CAR platform will be hitting North America, Europe, and Japan in a collaborative effort that will bring in-car applications to an enhanced vehicle environment soon.

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Panasonic Lumix GX7 16MP DSLM camera introduced with 1080p recording

Panasonic Lumix GX7 16MP DSLM camera introduced with 1080p recording

The Panasonic Lumix GX7 has cropped up in leaks a couple times this month, first in the German magazine Foto and later on Japanese website Digicame. Fortunately, we didn't have to wait long to find out if the leaks were true: Panasonic just launched the camera. This digital single lens mirrorless (DSLM) offering features a 16-megapixel sensor and a fairly small retro-looking metal body.

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Panasonic KX-PRX120 cordless home phone runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Panasonic KX-PRX120 cordless home phone runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Though some of us have elected to make our smartphones our main phones, many still have a home phone line, and for those users, Panasonic has developed a cordless offering that brings Android to the landline. The KX-PRX120 looks like a slightly dated, thick smartphone, but functions as a standard cordless home phone, providing a touchscreen display and front-facing camera, among other features.

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Sony teams with Panasonic for 300GB optical disks – the slot lives on!

Sony teams with Panasonic for 300GB optical disks – the slot lives on!

It's unknown why, at the moment, the teams at Sony and Panasonic have decided they'd like to keep the standard-sized optical disk (CD-sized, that is) alive, but they've announced just that this morning. In an effort to create next-generation professional-use disks with capacities of at least 300 GB, these teams will join forces here and now. Their aim is to create this new media by the end of 2015.

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