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As convenient as e-books may be, lending them to friends is a headache; copyright woes notwithstanding, it's simply hard to show what you have on offer. Vodafone Romania just made things a bit easier, though. Its new Digital Library Wallpaper gives you real-world (if very flat) bookshelves to sh

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Peachtree Audio had a small presence at CEDIA last year, but it's looking to really catch some ears at CES 2009. The company will be showcasing its very first speakers -- the DS4.5 -- in Vegas here in just a few days, which aim to please audiophile-grade computer users or those in need of pristine

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Pioneer's not just focusing on the video side of things, oh no, it's also throwing a bone to the audio lovers in attendance. Designed to complement the EX series of drivers, the S-4EX bookshelf and S-8EX center channel were each constructed with the same heralded technology as used in last year's S

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Remember those toothsome Classia Series loudspeakers that Infinity introduced us to just before CES? Yeah, those beauties are finally making their way from the labs and into eager hands everywhere. The C205 bookshelf loudspeaker, C336 floorstanding speaker, CC225 wall-mountable center channel speak

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Two rather clever gentlemen from the Netherlands have created a new system of tagging and tracking books, DVDs, or various other media that will undoubtedly find its way into libraries and businesses in no time at all. The program works by utilizing small RFID tags placed inside of books, and an ar

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You loved those JVC sake-soaked speakers right? Only, the smell of that warm fermented rice elixir is a painful mnemonic of some woeful, Golden-Gai excess you'd sooner forget. Yeah, us too. Then check the latest rev of the \"PureMalt\" speaker line-up from Pioneer made from the 100 year old oak used

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