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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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Panasonic AX3 convertible Ultrabook aims to take on Lenovo’s Yoga

Panasonic AX3 convertible Ultrabook aims to take on Lenovo’s Yoga

Panasonic is looking to create some waves with a convertible Ultrabook of their own. The company has announced the AX3 laptop that's a lot like Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga lineup, as well as Dell's XPS 11, where the screen can flip back behind the keyboard in order to turn it into a bulky tablet of sorts

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Panasonic offers Lumix XS1 digital camera with custom designs

Panasonic offers Lumix XS1 digital camera with custom designs

Panasonic has been busy this week trotting out several new digital cameras. A few days ago, we talked about the new LF1 and G6 digital cameras from Panasonic. Panasonic is back with another new digital camera featuring 10 custom designs on the outside. The camera is called the Lumix XS1.

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New Panasonic Lumix LF1 and G6 digital cameras debut

New Panasonic Lumix LF1 and G6 digital cameras debut

Panasonic has debuted a pair of new digital cameras that fit into the company's Lumix line of digital point-and-shoot offerings. One of the cameras is the Lumix LF1 and the other is the Lumix G6. The LF1 slots into the company's line of high-end compact cameras and promises versatility with wide-angle and a high zoom range.

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Panasonic announces pricing for SC-NP10 Wireless Speaker System

Panasonic announces pricing for SC-NP10 Wireless Speaker System

Panasonic has offered up the official pricing and announced availability for its new SC-NP10 Wireless Speaker System. The speaker system is set to ship this month and can be pre-ordered right now for $199.99. The device is designed to work with any tablet on the market.

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Panasonic announces Lumix GF6 with Wi-Fi and NFC

Panasonic announces Lumix GF6 with Wi-Fi and NFC

Panasonic has introduced the latest addition to its GF-series, the Lumix GF6 with Wi-Fi connectivity. This 16-megapixel camera features a mirrorless and single-lens design, and is aimed at those who want to take high-quality, low-noise shots in a wide variety of situations. We have a gallery of the camera, as well as a run-down of its specs, after the jump.

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Panasonic and Nuance announce smart TVs with Dragon TV

Panasonic and Nuance announce smart TVs with Dragon TV

Nuance is a company that has been around for a long time producing software for computers and other devices that allows voice interaction rather than typing. Over the years, Nuance has expanded its software from something available on computers for people who don't want to type for one reason or another to being used in cars and on many mobile devices. Panasonic and Nuance have now teamed up to make smart TVs even smarter.

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HTC and TSMC talks tipped for Panasonic smartphone buy-out

HTC and TSMC talks tipped for Panasonic smartphone buy-out

Panasonic isn't just looking to get out of the plasma TV business but to shed its little-loved smartphone division too, Japanese reports claim, with HTC and chip fab TSMC tipped as potential bedfellows for the mobile team. Having seen its ELUGA range of waterproof phones fail to gain traction, Panasonic is considering shedding the ailing division altogether, the Sankei Shimbun reports, with insiders pointing to some unexpected interest.

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Panasonic eyes an exit from plasma television market

Panasonic eyes an exit from plasma television market

The plasma television market has been shrinking for a number of years with some of the biggest companies in the segment having already ended production of their plasma TVs. Plasma TV technology has been quickly replaced by LCD technology over the years. One of the few companies still producing and selling plasma screen TVs is Panasonic.

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Panasonic announces 2013 home theater lineup

Panasonic announces 2013 home theater lineup

Panasonic has unveiled pricing and availability for its new 2013 line of home theater systems. The new 2013 lineup includes the SC-HTB770, SC-HTB370, SC-HTB70 and SC-HTB65 home theater systems. These systems are compatible with various TV sizes and the new systems promise superior sound quality along with styling and flexible layouts.

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Panasonic announces pricing and availability for HC series personal audio devices

Panasonic announces pricing and availability for HC series personal audio devices

Panasonic has announced pricing and availability for the new HC Series personal audio devices. The series has three products including the HC58, HC38, and HC28. Panasonic says that the new series of micro stereo systems improve upon its 2012 series by offering higher quality sound and smart networking capabilities.

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Panasonic Toughbook CF-AX2 hands-on: Extreme Yoga

Panasonic Toughbook CF-AX2 hands-on: Extreme Yoga

Windows 8's finger-focus has spawned some interesting form-factors, and following in the footsteps of Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga comes the Panasonic Toughbook CF-AX2, a rugged twist on the 360-degree hinge concept we've been playing with here at CeBIT 2013. A compact 11.6-incher with a 1366 x 768 10-finger multitouch display, the CF-AX2 runs Intel's latest Core i5 processor for lengthy runtimes - Panasonic claims up to eight hours on a single charge - and, thanks to some hot-swappable battery magic, allows you to switch out for a new power pack without shutting down.

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