Archive for August 23rd, 2014
 
 
 
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Casio Exilim EX-S500 Review

If it is size and wow factor that you are looking for then the Casio Exilim EX-S500 is a nice fit. But according to DesignTechnica the Casio Exilim EX-S500 is super small and its greatest convenience is just that, its size. The...
 
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Ultra High Definition TV

A Taiwanese company showed off its Ultra High Def TV at the FPD International exhibition yesterday. You are probably asking yourself what the hell is ‘ultra high def and did you guys make it up?’ Well, yes and no. The company t...

 
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What Music Service Should You Choose?

Still battling with what music service to buy into? Well first you need to figure out the hardware you'll be investing in and that in turn will help narrow the field. If you already own the hardware then some of the decision ha...
 
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Netflix Hits Pause on Movie Download Biz

Due to Hollywood disinterest, or should we say great apprehension about file sharing, Netflix has been forced to delay its movie download product indefinitely. Netflix, whose board consists of a Tivo excutive or two, has long b...

 
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First Look at Apple’s New iMac G5

Our friends at GadgetsOnTheGo.com have a quick look and first impression of the new iMac G5. To say the least they are impressed. They also checked out Apple’s new Front Row Software and Remote and found it to be “one of the mo...
 
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Kodak EasyShare C360 Review

TrustedReviews.com reviews Kodak's latest easy-to-use 5 megapixel camera, the EasyShare C360 Digital Camera. The camera has an SD memory card slot, 3x optical zoom, 640 x 480 video recording, and uses AA batteries. What was Tru...

 
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A face only your cell phone could love

Oki Electric Industry began marketing this week a technology that could add face recognition to your cell phone. Their facial recognition software is known as the "Face Sensing Engine" or FSE. FSE can decode facial images withi...
 
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Firefox reaches 100 million downloads

Since Mozilla released its web browser, Firefox, last November, there have been over 100 million downloads. According to the Mozilla Foundation, their open source web browser is downloaded 200,000 to 300,000 downloads a day! Th...