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Being that music lovers everywhere are scrambling to find bona fide replacements to their suddenly antiquated compact disc players, it follows logic for Olive Media to give us one more option besides the OPUS Nº5. The OPUS Nº4 is a high-end digital music server which features between 320G

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April 2, 2008 at 5:19PM
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If you're sick and tired of having to actually walk more than three steps in order to handle mundane tasks such as turning the volume down in the kids' room or powering up the Opus system in your den, take heart. Opus has unveiled a swank (albeit pricey) new touch panel control unit meant to give O

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Although word on the street is that Microsoft is planning to release the successor to the Xbox 360 in 2010, the company is still apparently planning on updating the 360 design several more times in the next couple years. Just like the \"Falcon\" motherboard now on shelves updated the original 360 desi

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Considering that Olive's Opus Nº5 already buried the compact disc (or so we're told), it makes sense to jazz up the unit and dance all over the CD's grave. Consequently, the outfit has sought out Karim Rashid to design four new motifs for the digital audio player, but internally, all the hardw

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Perhaps to replicate a bit of that success LG has found in its Chocolate brand, the company is eschewing the usual serial number mayhem for a new Opus badge to denote its \"best of everything\" LCD line. The displays will show up in September, and come in 42-, 47- and 57-inch flavors. All three disp

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Perhaps to replicate a bit of that success LG has found in its Chocolate brand, the company is eschewing the usual serial number mayhem for a new Opus badge to denote its \"best of everything\" LCD line. The displays will show up in September, and come in 42-, 47- and 57-inch flavors. All three displ

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Well, well, the once-vaporous Opus Operis from Swiss newcomers Zenum has finally crystalized. The kids over at CNET got their hands dirty with what seems to be a production ready unit -- we kid you not. So what did they have to say about this slim QWERTY running Windows Mobile 6 on a 2.5-inch touch

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We know this might be a sensitive subject in the Windows Mobile community with its on again, off again talk of release, but this looks like the real deal here folks. Our very own Roc A Fella, who brought us a little of this and some of that, was able to get his hands on a Zenum Opus and had some ti

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Don't shoot us -- we're just the messengers on this one, but an outfit going by the name \"Zenum\" is claiming that they'll be releasing their rather comely \"Opus Operis\" Pocket PC Phone Edition device come this November. If real (and we really have no basis to form an opinion one way or another on t

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