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What to Look for in a Projector for Business By Amy Beth Miller for America's Backbone Weekly Connection choices, lamp life, and data image quality are a good place to start. ...Read More »
The Next Generational Shift to the Diamond Age of Electronics By Adam Khan, Founder & CEO Looking across the consumer electronics market, it is clear the threshold for developing sleeker, more functional, and efficient devices approaches. However, challenges in meeting these demands with silicon based semiconductor persist as they will be increasingly unable to meet the necessary performance standards. Something will have to change - our technology will have to improve. These thresholds will be broken in 2015. After years of R&D, the diamond thin film material will usher in next-generation electronics and open doors for advanced capabilities, longer battery life and most importantly, fully transparent devices. ...Read More »
Content Insider #375 - Gawking By Miles Weston Even if you have narrowed interests CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is too much to take in in one sitting. So let's take it in manageable segments like part 1 - wearables, cars, TVs. Arguable hot and sexy but are they gotta haves for this year or will you wait a bit. We have our opinions and analysis but you decide. Don't worry we'll get to the next important part of CES...soon. ...Read More »
LG's Quantum-dot TV Gets Real By Clip Syndicate The latest technology is on display this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, As promised, LG has unveiled its quantum-dot TV . The new TV is one of the first TVs to incorporate the tech, which is said to enhance color greatly The 65-inch TV is fundamentally an LCD panel, but it incorporates a layer of quantum dots, which are extremely small. The size of the crystals determines the color of a pixel, and that size can be controlled precisely. The result is extremely accurate color reproduction, potentially as much as 30 percent better than regular LCDs.

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Content Insider #371 - Video a GoGo By Miles Weston It used to be that you carried your mobile device - first notebook then tablet then smartphone, now all of them - with you everywhere just in case you had to talk to someone, do something. But you had "spare time" and so you began filling it with music, games and now movies/videos. I don't know about you but I'm losing my quiet time, my alone time, my me time. ...Read More »
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Camera Shootout Versus IPhone 6 Plus, LG G3 By Clip Syndicate The battle of the phablet phones begins with a test of their built-in cameras that come equipped with optical image stabilization. Which phone takes the best shot? Samsung's latest Galaxy Note 4 sports a new design, but it sticks with a well-tested formula that has defined the phablet range of smartphones since its debut three years ago. Packing a Quad HD Super AMOLED display -- that's a super-sharp resolution of 2,560x1,440 pixels -- and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, the Note 4 is the most advanced smartphone from Samsung yet. Like the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Note 4 shares some of the same features -- and more importantly for this article, a 16-megapixel rear-shooter that comes with optical image stabilization. Like the S5, it features magic focus -- the ability to choose a focal point as well as handy feature that lets you take a selfie with the rear camera.

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Content Insider #359 - Video Ready By Miles Weston If you want to see an industry that is dramatic state of change look more than your screen - TV, iPhone, iPad or computer. We say iPhone, iPad because people with those devices seem to be the heavy web/online users according to a recent Adobe report (but your devices may vary). The iPeople represent more than 50 percent of the online traffic - watching, listening to entertainment; searching for stuff; cruising the social media/web and having a ball. But most households and individuals still use their new Smart UHD TV set for major viewing and the devices to fill in the gaps, check out everything they might be missing. The balance of power is finally shifting to the consumer and her voice is being heard...loud and clear. People are really taking advantage of Chris Anderson's Long Tail entertainment options. ...Read More »
Hands On With The IPhone 6 And The IPhone 6 Plus By Clip Syndicate The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus represent Apple’s new flagship products, and they’re a big change from what came before: The 4.7-inch 6 has a new, Retina HD resolution display, and smooth, rounded edges and a smooth transition between the actual glass protecting the screen and the rest of the casing. It also has an improved camera, and what might be its most exciting super-power: Apple Pay, which uses NFC tech to let the device authorize payments quickly using Touch ID as an authentication step. ...Read More »
Kobo’s Aura H20 Makes The High-Res E-Reader Waterproof By Clip Syndicate Kobo has a new e-reader out that actually could shake up the market, since it offers waterproofing as a standard factory feature on a $179.99 e-reader, with a high-res, 265 DPI 6.8-inch e-ink display. The Kobo Aura H20 basically takes the already-impressive Aura HD, makes the design thinner and lighter, and adds IP67 environmental resistance--which is a tough package to beat. ...Read More »
Video: Samsung's 105-Inch Curved Ultra HD TV Will Cost You $120,000 By Clip Syndicate Decorating your mansion? Don't forget to leave room in the budget for Samsung's 105-inch curved Ultra HD TV, which goes up for pre-order Tuesday for about as much as a BMW M5, or $119,999.99. If you missed the unveiling at this year's CES, the TV is one of the largest to boast both Ultra HD resolution and a curved OLED display. Because the screen has an extra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio, it's technically not "4K" with 5,120 x 2,160 resolution, or 11 million pixels. ...Read More »

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