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If you missed out on the L.A. Lights craze of the early '90s, fear not -- there's hope for you yet. Adafruit's DIY enhancement for Converse All-Stars takes customized kicks to a whole new level with the science of electroluminescence. To light up the star on your Chucks, all you need is a pair of

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Last night's All-Star game continued tradition by debuting new broadcast technology, as you may have noticed Sportvision's \"Backboard Slideout\" graphic, superimposing pictures and text on a virtual screen during free throws. It was pretty slick, almost indistinguishable from a real billboard. We've

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What we're watching tonight: TNT (1080i) has the NBA 2008 All-Star Game at 8:30 p.m. NBC (1080i) has the season finale of American Gladiators at 7 p.m., followed by the new Knight Rider ABC (720p) has a new Brothers & Sisters at 10:01 p.m. CBS (1080i) presents the season fi

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NBA All Star Weekend 2008 is upon us, and while it might not have the 3D cachet of last year's game, there will be plenty of HD to look forward to while voting on the dunk contest. Not just a U.S. spectacle, this year's game will be broadcast in HD in Belgium, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Ne

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While you were busy watching Vladimir Guerrero take home the Home Run Derby crown two nights ago (not to mention the All-Star game last night), you may not have been aware that AT&T Park was feeding uber-clean energy back into the grid serving PG&E's customers throughout northern and centra

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If you can't afford a courtside seat at this weekend's NBA All-Star Game festivities, the league is testing a new way to \"change the way we see the game\" -- sans the chance of rubbing elbows with various celebrities. Guests in Las Vegas, will go to the Mandalay Bay hotel instead of the Thomas and Ma

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2006 really is the year high definition is taking over, and today's sports lineup proves it.  Say what you will about NBC's HD Olympics coverage, the Daytona 500 is just kicking off and it may not even be the biggest event today. With speedskating and bobsled finals tonight, plus the always exc

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