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We know Engadget Mobile readers are opinionated folks -- just the way we like 'em -- so go make those opinions count! The 2006 Engadget Awards are in full swing, and the Cellphone and Smartphone categories are currently up for voting. You have until this coming Monday night, April 16, at 11:59PM Ea

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Sony has announced that based on the NPD Group's retail sales numbers -- the same ones that appear to disagree with Sony's 1 million PS3s shipped in 2006 claim -- it is the number one seller of TVs in the U.S. for 2006. Lead by its microdisplays and Bravia LCDs, Sony continues its streak since 2003

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When hordes of folks gather 'round to show off various forms of gadgetry or design-influenced niceties, we can't help but stare, and while we weren't able to attend NYU's Winter 2006 ITP show like we were last year (and the year before), we were there in spirit, and now we're bringing you the pics.

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology, multimedia, and digital entertainment: Watch maker Fossil was among the first companies to support MSN Direct, the smart objects technology first offered by Microsoft in a number of timepieces. Earlier this year, the

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Because there haven't been enough consumer studies released regarding HDTVs. Kagan Research is back with another high priced technology report and as usual, we're reporting on it.The big news here? For the first time ever, they expect high definition televisions to make up the majority of TV's sold

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The New Years day marathon has become a bit of a tradition, with my favorite always being all the Twilight Zone episodes on the SciFi channel. But today I've been switching back and forth between the Lions game and the two INHD channels.INHD1 is currently running all their "Fields of Glory"

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While the question of whether or not next year will be the year for high definition to take over, it will definitely be remembered as the year 1080p hit the scene. With several different manufacturers lining up plasma and LCD displays, Displaybank took a quick look at the competitors.From 40" t

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It seems like everyone is making their 2006 predictions, but we're a little different. Sure, we've got predictions, but they're after the jump. What we're looking for are YOUR 2006 predictions for anything and everything related to high-defintion television. We figure: why should we have all the fun

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