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Not that anyone was actually keeping track, but Sanyo just announced the world's largest capacity MP3 voice recorder. That's 8GB kid with a hefty ¥43,000 (about $375) price to match. For that you get up to 12 hours of PCM stereo recordings or up to 1,000 hours of lowly MP3 compression. The flas...

November 6th 2007 at 7:49am 0 Comments
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It's hard to decide. We're seeing so many great HDTVs every day like these two giants -- and some not so giant -- but still, which one of these screens would we rather take home? On the left we've got Samsung's old school 102-inch plasma, on the right Sharp's new 108-inch 1080p Aquos LCD. Some peop...

January 9th 2007 at 10:40am 0 Comments
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It's hard to decide. We're seeing so many great HDTVs every day like these two giants -- and some not so giant -- but still, which one of these screens would we rather take home? On the left we've got Samsung's old school 102-inch plasma, on the right Sharp's new 108-inch 1080p Aquos LCD. Some peopl...

January 9th 2007 at 10:40am 0 Comments
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The other day I got to thinking about how many antelope it would take to kill a professional wrestler. After I was done thinking about that, I wondered which publisher is the biggest supporter of the PSP. Then I remembered that I have no life and also blog on a PSP site, so I decided to get an answe...

January 6th 2007 at 10:35am 0 Comments
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If you thought QR codes were much ago about nothing, apparently you were badly mistaken. On the broad side of an under-construction apartment in Hiroshima City resides what appears to be the "world's largest" QR code to date, and considering that most of these 2D codes make their appearances in maga...

December 22nd 2006 at 10:22pm 0 Comments
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Stop trying to type faster, watch TV for hours, or organize the largest water balloon fight: there's now another way to get a Guinness world record holder in your home, as LG has just announced it is going to begin mass producing its record-setting 100-inch LCD. The 6-million pixel 1,920 x 1,080 dis...

November 2nd 2006 at 11:26am 0 Comments
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Sure, those 100-inch LCDs are all well and good if your living room happens to encompass a large international tradeshow at all times, but if you'd prefer an LCD TV you can actually purchase and lug home for reals, Samsung's new 70-incher is your biggest option yet. They're busting out this monst...

August 21st 2006 at 9:20am 0 Comments
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Just when we found the perfect spot to put the Sharp 65-inch LC-65D90U LCD, Samsung has announced their 70-inch LCD will be available to consumers during the first half of 2007. Sporting a full 1080p resolution, 2000:1 contrast ratio, sub-8ms reponse time and 120hz refresh rate, Samsung thinks it w...

August 20th 2006 at 11:43pm 0 Comments
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Apparently bigger is always better in the realm of giant HDTVs, and the leapfrog game to have the largest -- even for just a few months -- continues as Mitsubishi has constructed a baffling 8,066 square-foot display at Tokyo Racecourse in Japan. By far the biggest Diamond Vision unit ever built...

July 25th 2006 at 3:38pm 0 Comments
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We knew this was coming but now we've finally got a picture of the high definition 8,066 sq ft monster installed at Tokyo Racecourse. Now this Mitsubishi Diamond Vision display has far more square footage than the HD LED displays installed by Daktronics at Miami and Texas, or their own last scree...

July 25th 2006 at 7:33am 0 Comments
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If you're looking for a place to catch The Sopranos season finale on Sunday, let us make a suggestion. If you live in San Francisco, you may want to stop by SID (Society for Information Display) 2006, where LG will be publicly showing off their record setting 100-inch LCD HDTV.Or maybe you wouldn't...

June 3rd 2006 at 1:57pm 0 Comments
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It was good while it lasted Miami. Daktronics, the same company who built the Dolphin Stadium twin-monster HDTVs has been contracted by the University of Texas to make one even bigger. As a part of renovations to their south end zone they are installing a 134x55-foot scoreboard, 370 square feet big...

May 10th 2006 at 12:44pm 0 Comments