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Samsung's latest offering, the dual screen and WiFi enabled 'DV300F' officially hits the market.
Samsung’s latest offering, the DV300F, a dual screen and WiFi enabled point-and-shoot camera is now out on the market.
The DV300F, Samsung’s latest addition to its ‘DualView’ line, was first announced during at the CES 2012. It offers 16 megapixel resolution, a 25mm wide angle lens with 5x optical zoom. The camera has two displays, a 3-inch main LCD and 1.5-inch front display LCD.Read the rest of the article »
From natural disaster to economic downturn, Japan's LCD suppliers shut down due to damages from last Friday's earthquake.
Following a treacherous 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami last Friday in Japan, LCD providers Toshiba, Hitachi and Panasonic are reporting that they are closing down their LCD plants due to damages. Toshiba and Hitachi announced that they will halt assembly lines for around a month, while Panasonic, on the other hand, isn’t sure when it’s Chiba-based LCD plant will get back on its feet.Read the rest of the article »
Now is the right time to talk about Sony's line of Google HDTVs. Mainly because at long last, it's here. The home entertainment showcase you been long wishing for to come. Internet TV that will let you sit back, relax and surf within the comfort of your home.
Many of us is longing for this event to happen. Please welcome Sony’s Internet HDTV or popularly known as Google TV. The device is unwrapped yesterday at the New York City press conference. It’s the first and only Internet TV in the world powered by Google. This new kick-ass TV shows off a 1080p edge-lit LED screens, four USB ports, four HDMI inputs and Wi-Fi capabilities. Available in all four sizes, 24″, 32″, 40″ and 46″. The 24″ model rings in at $599 while the 46″ will cost you a hefty $1,399. It also includes a funky white set-top box with built-in Blu-ray player for $399.
Now you can stream thoroughly to Hulu, Twitter, Netflix, YouTube and Pandora right in the comfort of your living room. It also comes with search engine support and Android apps that everyone in the family will surely enjoy.
The Google TV is equipped with a remote control. The remote will somehow remind you of the PS3 controller with a QWERTY keypad. Google TV remote adapted the remote design of PS3. It will be be available in SonyStyle.com on Saturday while on Sunday it will be for sale in BestBuy stores all over the nation. This is really some exciting news!
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Whether it's just another rumor or it's a fact, Apple is definitely releasing its fourth generation of iPad Touch LCD with front-facing camera. In the future, iPhone 4 is not the only gadget that supports FaceTime because iPod can do it too.
An iPhone parts supplier shared some photos of what claims to be the front LCD and rim of the iPod Touch fourth generation. The part has a front-sided hole that clearly leaves a room for a front-facing camera. While similar parts were seen before, these bits were stamped with “Apple (c) 2010″ and they are relatively recent. Other iPod Touch parts were seen in the past, including the backside camera model that reached a late prototype stage, but was never released. Apple is expected to release a new iPod Touch device this coming fall, and rumors has it that it will likely to carry a front-facing camera. The new model will definitely support FaceTime, and will use email addresses for calls instead of phone numbers.View Article Source »
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