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Just two months after Hitachi sued LG for PDP patent infringement in the litigious-playgrounds of Texas, LG has countersued Hitachi of course. LG's suit seeks monetary compensation and an injunction prohibiting Hitachi from violating its seven plasma display panel patents. Exactly the same claim Hi

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Just two months after Hitachi sued LG for PDP patent infringement in the litigious-playgrounds of Texas, LG has countersued Hitachi of course. LG's suit seeks monetary compensation and an injunction prohibiting Hitachi from violating its seven plasma display panel patents. Exactly the same claim Hi

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Hot on the heels of their PAVV plasmas come three new PAVV LCDs. The 40-, 46-, and 52-inch models all bring a 1080p resolution to the game with 3x HDMIs and a sweet 17,000:1 contrast -- barely nudging out the trio of Bordeaux LCDs unveiled back in March. These sets also feature ACAP, as in Advanced

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Hot on the heels of their PAVV plasmas come three new PAVV LCDs. The 40-, 46-, and 52-inch models all bring a 1080p resolution to the game with 3x HDMIs and a sweet 17,000:1 contrast -- barely nudging out the trio of Bordeaux LCDs unveiled back in March. These sets also feature ACAP, as in Advanced

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What's with Digital Cube and the number 43? 42, that we could understand but why do we need an S43, T43, G43, and now this, the i-Station M43 all from the same company? Is Digital Cube trying to say that each is one better than the answer to the ultimate question? Anyway, the new M43 PMP flaunts a

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LG is prepped to do for live TV what the Rumble Pak did for game controllers. That's right, LG is partnered with MBC (think NBC, with an \"M\") to deliver what they've dubbed \"3D broadcast technology\" in S.Korea. No, we're not talking about TV mapped along the ol' X,Y, and Z axes. Instead, the duo is

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LG is prepped to do for live TV what the Rumble Pak did for game controllers. That's right, LG is partnered with MBC (think NBC, with an \"M\") to deliver what they've dubbed \"3D broadcast technology\" in S.Korea. No, we're not talking about TV mapped along the ol' X,Y, and Z axes. Instead, the duo is

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A year after introducing us to their tiny, one-trick B10 mini DMB television, iriver is finally set to launch their B20 followup. Their latest D-Clicker features up to 4GB of flash memory on-board, a slightly larger 2.4-inch, 320 x 240 260k color display, miniSD expansion, and the ability to record

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