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TruMotion, expletive inducing Auto Motion Plus, MotionFlow, every manufacturer has some slick name for its 120Hz / 240Hz / 480Hz etc. motion processing technology that speeds up the refresh and interpolates frames for an ostensibly smoother video experience, but we know that isn't always the case.

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Falling right in line with just about every other LCD manufacturer, NuVision will be incorporating 120Hz tech into its Lucidium line of LCDs later this year. But we all know that \"120 Hz\" spec won't stand out on the box art, so the company is calling it FX5, or \"Film Times Five.\" At least this name

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The PlayStation 3's latest firmware update is out in Japan, adding an option to force 1080p/24 Blu-ray/DVD playback to the console, among other features. Continuing the steady flow of updates for the PS3, v1.90 also adds playback for AVCHD files from Memory Stick or digital camera, upscaling for aud

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Expanding a bit on the Reel60 technology first unveiled in a trio of 1080p sets from Hitachi, the company has reportedly developed a system that eliminates the \"mismatch between the motion of films seen in a movie theater and the way that same motion appears on television.\" Dubbed \"judders,\" these

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Hitachi has announced a fall lineup of plasma and LCD displays, with the main selling point that all of the sets include 1080 lines of vertical resolution (although two of the plasmas offer a stretched 1280 x 1080). There are ten new HDTVs in all, with a 60-inch plasma and two 55-inch models, three

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Hitachi has announced a fall lineup of plasma and LCD displays, with the main selling point that all of the sets include 1080 lines of vertical resolution (although two of the plasmas offer a stretched 1280 x 1080). There are ten new HDTVs in all, with a 60-inch plasma and two 55-inch models, three

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