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iPhone 5s-recorded Burberry runway videos show off new iSight camera

iPhone 5s-recorded Burberry runway videos show off new iSight camera

We reported last week that Burberry planned to record its London runway event using the iPhone 5s, a way for Apple to show off the new iSight camera its latest handset offers. Such a time has come and gone, and now one of the videos recorded with the smartphone have been posted on YouTube, giving everyone a look at how the handset held up and what kind of video quality it offers.

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ParaShoot HD camera offers wireless connectivity, triple-surpasses Kickstarter goal

ParaShoot HD camera offers wireless connectivity, triple-surpasses Kickstarter goal

Kickstarter has proven successful for numerous gadgets -- quite a few of them being smartwatches -- and it would seem the indie funding site's users are also favorable towards small HD cameras. Such is the case for the ParaShoot 2.0 miniature HD camera, which has surpassed its goal of $30,000 more than three times with 28 days left to go.

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Acer T272HUL joins Ultra-High Resolution Display trio

Acer T272HUL joins Ultra-High Resolution Display trio

The Acer T272HUL Ultra-High Resolution Display is one of three new such IPS LCD monitors hitting the market this year, each of them working with well-above-average high-definition collections of pixels up front. Each of the three works with either a 27 or 29-inch panel and the whole lot sees 178 degree viewing angles both vertically and horizontally. While the T272HUL works with full 10-finger touchscreen capability, the two remaining monitors are aimed at the professional world - the world that doesn't necessarily have a need for touch.

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1080p Windows Phone 8 tipped imminent by Microsoft emulator

1080p Windows Phone 8 tipped imminent by Microsoft emulator

Windows Phone 8 could soon officially support 1080p displays if new support in the official Microsoft emulator for the Full HD resolution is any indication, increasing the competitiveness for high-end devices running the OS against Android. The support, spotted by developer Justin Angel buried in the Windows Phone 8 Visual Studio 8 emulator beta, is a new addition after Microsoft's BUILD 2013 developer event last week.

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Oculus Rift 1080p support lands for higher-res VR gaming

Oculus Rift 1080p support lands for higher-res VR gaming

The Oculus Rift virtual reality headset has turned some heads since its initial debut, and now that it has been in the hands of developers for a few months now, the creators of Oculus Rift have received some incredible feedback. One of the biggest requests, however, was 1080p. And with the snap of a finger, the Oculus folks have built a new prototype with 1080p support.

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Motorola XFON skirts Nexus 5 rumors, pushes for cross-carrier US release

Motorola XFON skirts Nexus 5 rumors, pushes for cross-carrier US release

This week the fabled Motorola hero device called "X Phone" before this week has resurged in the tip lines at the Motorola XFON, complete with Qualcomm hardware compatibility with 4G LTE across all major carriers in the USA. This device has appeared several times in the recent past in both front and back hands-on photos with what appears to be a soft plastic back, a relatively large back-facing camera, and a palm-sized body. It's been tipped most recently that this XFON device will be ready for both AT&T and Verizon this July.

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Seiku’s 4K 50-inch TV hits shelves at a low $1,299

Seiku’s 4K 50-inch TV hits shelves at a low $1,299

The steady upward trot of technology has brought us to the trailhead of 4K TVs, which brings ultra-high-definition video to your living or media room, but not without a price tag to match. Such is not the case with Seiku's 50-inch 4K TV, which is now available for a price tag you'd expect to find on regular HDTVs: $1,299. We've got a run down of its specifications after the jump.

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Windows Phone 8 to support 1080p and quad-core chips by 2014

Windows Phone 8 to support 1080p and quad-core chips by 2014

Windows Phone 8 is a pretty slick operating system, but it only supports up to 720p resolutions, as well as lower-quality WVGA and WXGA resolutions. However, it's said that Microsoft will be adding 1080p support to Windows Phone 8 by the end of this year, as well as planning larger devices with 5-inch-and-higher displays.

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Skype for Windows Phone 8 updates with HD video

Skype for Windows Phone 8 updates with HD video

The newly Microsoft-bought Skype video-chat service has received an update for Windows Phone 8. Users will now be able to call their loved ones and stream over high definition video, so make sure your hair looks good and you have your best smile on. The app also received People Hub integration, meaning that all of your Skype contacts will be available in the Windows Phone People Hub.

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Neo N003 is the world’s cheapest 1080p smartphone at $145

Neo N003 is the world’s cheapest 1080p smartphone at $145

The Neo N003 smartphone first popped up last month, and has now officially been unveiled, earning the title of world's cheapest 1080p smartphone. While the price is budget-friendly, the specs are decidedly mid-range, but still much higher than what we'd expect from such a low-cost device. Unfortunately, it looks like the handset is only destined for China. At 899 yuan, it translates to about $145.

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LG to demo Wireless Ultra HD Transmission tech at Mobile World Congress

LG to demo Wireless Ultra HD Transmission tech at Mobile World Congress

LG is set to demonstrate its Wireless Ultra High Definition Transmission technology at Mobile World Congress 2013 for the first time ever. With this technology, users will be able to wirelessly display the content from their smartphone, such as a game, to an Ultra HD television. According to the announcement, this transfer method is smoother and faster previous offerings.

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Final Fantasy X HD previewed on the PS VITA

Final Fantasy X HD previewed on the PS VITA

Square Enix has just shown off a preview of their new HD remake of Final Fantasy X. Final Fantasy X was the first game in the series to come to the PlayStation 2 and it won the hearts of many avid fans. Now to everyone's excitement, the game will be remastered, and brought to the portable Playstation Vita. The preview doesn't show off much, except for the main characters, Tidus and Yuna, standing alongside Bahamut and Yojimbo. While their changes seem a bit subtle, you can notice that their colors are more vibrant, and their character's textures are much more smooth.


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