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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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Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ70 16.1MP super zoom unveiled and up for pre-order

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ70 16.1MP super zoom unveiled and up for pre-order

Panasonic has unveiled its latest digital camera, the super-long zoom LUMIX DMC-FZ70 featuring 60x optical zoom and a zoom microphone to match. With the zoom microphone, Panasonic aims to improve the audio quality that results from using the integrated mic, and comes alongside a host of other features. The Lumix is up for pre-order now, with its release date being unspecified.

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Panasonic Toughbook Windows 8 upgrade continues push for rugged supremacy

Panasonic Toughbook Windows 8 upgrade continues push for rugged supremacy

There's no lack of high-powered ruggedness in the Panasonic Toughbook range, and when it comes to keeping up with the rest of the notebook power world, the company is making sure of Windows 8-era excellence this week. There's the Toughbook CF-31, CF-19 and CF-H2 from Panasonic's "ultra durable Fully-rugged" range and the Semi-rugged CF-53 that are getting said upgrade, it'll finally be time to really, truly be done with Windows XP.

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Panasonic Smart TV snub sees Japanese broadcasters under fire

Panasonic Smart TV snub sees Japanese broadcasters under fire

Panasonic has slammed Japanese TV networks for allegedly blacklisting Smart TV commercials, accusing them of inappropriately trying to waylay the growth of on-demand and IPTV services. The TV manufacturer claims broadcasters in Japan refused to air its Smart VIERA TV adverts showing the sets' split-screen functionality, AFP reports, with suggestions that the networks argued viewers would find them "confusing".

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iPhone 5S details expand with Slow Motion Video Recording tip

iPhone 5S details expand with Slow Motion Video Recording tip

When the next-generation iPhone is revealed, it'll be one of two things - one of them being the iPhone 5S, an incremental update to the current hero phone iPhone 5. This device has been suggested to be working with a new feature that'll allow everyday iPhone users to record high-end Slow Motion video with an increase in the capture of frames per second. With this code-name "Mogul" feature, the feature set that'll entice users to move from the iPhone 5 to the iPhone 5S, or even the iPhone 6, continues to take shape.

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