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Toys for Bob's Skylanders franchise isn't the only \"toys to life\" game in town anymore and Paul Reiche, co-founder and studio head, is well aware of the deep-pocketed competition. \"We recognize that we've got Disney with Infinity and Nintendo with Amiibo and, you know, they have entered into this

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ASUS' Transformer Pad Infinity's awkwardly timed announcement sent a fair few Transformer Prime buyers into fits of apoplexy -- after all, it was just a few weeks after the Prime went on sale. Fortunately, the company didn't release the Infinity for some time, but was it worth the wait? Our review

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The folks from ASUS gave North American Transformer Pad Prime and Infinity owners a tease yesterday, telling them that the TF201 and TF700 models would receive an update to Android 4.1 within the next three days. Today, the Taiwanese firm's made good on half its promise, delivering Jelly Bean to t

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If you don't have the good fortune of owning a Windows Mobile 5 or 6.x device that came preinstalled with a replacement UI (like TouchFLO, for instance) and you haven't ponied up for something like SPB Mobile Shell, there's a new kid on the block that might be worth your attention. Ageye's Infinity

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At a glance, you might think that this thing is ripe to succeed the Eternity -- it's clearly a better- and fresher-looking device -- but alas, the specs tell a different story. The so-called Infinity (we don't know if that's a go-to-market name or just internal) will feature a 3-inch WQVGA display

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Harman International is comprised of a great many companies, so it's no surprise that it took two CEDIA booths to hold 'em all. We took our trusty camera through the both of 'em to check out the latest from the likes of Infinity, JBL, H/K and Mark Levinson, and we spotted JBL's fresh LS Series, Inf

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Infinity is looking to clip that lonely cable that snakes from your audio rack to the subwoofer with its new lineup of PSW310W, PS212W and PS210W subs. The top model PSW310W (pictured) gets treated to a 10-inch ceramic-metal driver and 10-inch passive radiators, a 400-Watt amp and room tuning to ta

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In case we forgot to mention it, CEDIA plays host to some seriously expensive toys -- take the new flagship speaker from Infinity, dubbed the Prelude Forty, for instance. The venerable brand from even before our audio-only days has churned out this new model for its 40th anniversary, and based on w

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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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Infinity is hitting us up with a new line of loudspeakers just in time for CES, and we must say, these beasts are quite the attractive bunch. Included in the family is the C205 compact bookshelf monitor, a wall-mountable center channel speaker (CC225), floorstanding tower (model C336) and a wall-mo

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