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Until now we've only seen the Golden-i shown off as a concept, but now it's actually shipping. The wearable computer (manufactured by Motorola, using technology licensed from Kopin, running software created by Ikanos) has 512MB of RAM and a TI OMAP under the hood. Currently it's a series 3 with a

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We're not sure it was a real great idea on Garmin's part to put its new smartphone / GPS / iPhone wannabe in a darkly lit room, on a bright pole, with a shiny globe around it... but hey, it's not our company. Needless to say, it was pretty difficult to get a shot of this thing, and impossible to ge

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For whatever reason, Panasonic decided to safeguard its recently unveiled PT-AE2000U projector just like JVC did with its mysterious Blu-ray player, and while we did bust out our trusty MacGyver tool in an attempt to unlock the glass case, our efforts were in vain. All jesting aside, we did our bes

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For whatever reason, Panasonic decided to safeguard its recently unveiled PT-AE2000U projector just like JVC did with its mysterious Blu-ray player, and while we did bust out our trusty MacGyver tool in an attempt to unlock the glass case, our efforts were in vain. All jesting aside, we did our bes

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Yeah, this thing is pretty hot. Sure, it helps that Philips commissioned its very own art film to showcase the new Aurea Ambilight TV, but we're pretty sure this unit would be just as at home showing of Saturday morning cartoons or lighting up the home shopping channel. You know you want one.%Galle

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