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Contrast ratio (or how every TV manufacturer lies...
Contrast ratio is the most important aspect of a TV's performance. More than any other single metric, a set's contrast ratio will be the most noticeable difference between two TVs. That is, if you...
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Google Glass to go on sale to the public
Australians will miss out on buying from the first batch of publicly available Google Glass products next week, when it opens for purchase in the United States. The company announced last night the...
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Smart glasses light source breakthrough improves ...
Smart glasses light source breakthrough improves image quality April 10, 2014 // Paul Buckley EpiCrystals Inc. of Finland has developed a revolutionary multicolor laser light source which is...
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I&B Ministry files appeal against Arasu Cable
The appeal is against an interim order passed by Justice V Dhanapalan restricting the Ministry from disconnecting the analogue signal of Arasu Cable, as it has announced through a press release of...
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Why 4K TVs are stupid
Editors' Note: An updated article entitled Why Ultra HD 4K TVs are still stupid was published on January 28, 2013. The latest TV technology buzzword is "4K." This magical alphanumeric represents a...
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JVC DLA-X700R review
Those caveats aside, I'll be surprised if I review a more-expensive PJ than the X700R this year, especially since Sony is seemingly in no hurry to send me an HW600 (yes, I've asked). I'd also be...
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