The Greatest Gadget of All Time: Then and Now

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You will never guess who won this competition. Everyone has a mp3 player these days, but is there everyone that remembers back in the days when they were luxury items and so widely desired. When the first Walkman (TPS-L2) debuted in 1979, no one had ever seen anything quite like it.[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtRNFNq3KTY?fs=1]Do you remember the blue and silver colors? The $200 music player just about formulated the concept of "personal electronics." This amazing device was built in 1978 by audio-division engineer Nobutoshi Kihara for Sony co-chairman Akio Morita, who desired to be capable to listen to operas on his frequent trans-Pacific plane trips. Read the full story behind the Sony Walkman here.Nowdays, Sony is up to date with the new Sony Walkman NWZE345BLK 16 GB Video MP3 Player. The features are…
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Amazing HDR Video produced with Two Canon 5D mark II’s

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HDR Video allows film producers to work with many arousing new features. Not alone can HDR video produce fascinating effects, it could also provide even exposure where artificial lighting is inaccessible or impractical. For instance, when an actor is backlit, one camera may be adjusted to properly expose the subject, the other the sky, resultant in video with perfect exposure end-to-end.via Engadget.com
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iPhone 5 Concept Designs

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Ok, I know iPhone 4 just saw the light, but I can't stop wondering how iPhone 5 will look like. Will this define the phone of the future? ... Maybe apple will just continue to tweak the old Phone. What do you think?     via Technology Report check iPhone 6 anticipated specs
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Samsung AQUA

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Samsung Aqua is a concept design phone by South Korean designer of the cell phones company. The inspiration for this phone was a wet table, where the designer drew with his fingers different ideas. Finally, the concept design for Samsung Aqua was born. It is assumed that this phone will work on liquid battery, making it last long but also eco friendly. 
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Sanyo Xacti VPC-PD2BK product review

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Sanyo has proclaimed the new pocket camcorder Xacti VPC-PD2BK that enables users to record videos in Full HD and take up to 10-megapixel photos.This amazing camcorder has a wide angle lens with a triple optical zoom, digital image stabilization,  USB-plug port miniHDMI to display images to compatible TVs, 2-inch TFT-screen, stereo microphone and speaker. The videos are stored on a SD / SDHC / SDXC card with a maximum capacity of up to 64 GB. Here is a short video comparisonf of Sanyo Xacti VPC-PD2BK vs Kodak Zi8Size Camcorder - 63 × 22 × 111 mm.Sanyo Xacti VPC-PD2BK can be found on a fair price on Amazon.com
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Amazing No-Ink Pen

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The Inkless Metal Pen could easy be named the grooviest pen on this Earth. This pen deserves the name because it does not call for refills, is lasting and completely smudge-proof. That implies this original pen could be kept in complete working condition for a lifetime. The tip of the Inkless Metal Pen is a solid piece of metal. When you write, small measures of the patented alloy are actually transmitted to the page when you write. No ink - only metal. Ink is a fluid and is consequently easy to outflow, smudge, and dry out. The Inkless Metal Pen does not bear any of these troubles. Its firm metal alloy tip implies that this metal pen will never drain of ink, dry up, smear or smudge. As well, does…
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Panasonic HD Mobile Camera HM-TA1

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es8saOtprJI?fs=1]Panasonic inaugurates its their first pocket-sized full HD camcorder. This amazing gadget permits you to capture everyday animation as it happens with Panasonic HD Mobile Camera HM-TA1. This HD camera is small enough to pop in your pocket.Technical Details* Full 1080P HD recording* 8 MP HD stills* iFrame recording format* Skype audio and video enabled* LED light for low light recordingpreorder now on Amazon.com
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MobiTV brings live video to BlackBerry Torch

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MobiTV already provides live video and on demand content on various carriers and devices. At present they've got it to the new BlackBerry Torch on AT&T.; Users can watch content from 40 different TV channels, and radio. Keep in mind the app might be free for your phone but there's a monthly service fee for access to many channels and stations. Numerous channels are free to watch which is decent. Here are the prices:* 1 Month = $9.99* 3 Months = $24.99* 6 Months = $44.99I was reading that this service works great on iPhone 4 also.Source: Press Release
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