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Tim Bajarin on iPad
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Tim Bajarin, principal of Creative Strategies, gives some of his thoughts after seeing the launch of the Apple iPad at an invite-only launch in San Francsico
Cooper on the iPad
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Cooper,an engineering student at Oregon Insitute of Technology who was attending Photonics West next door to the Apple iPad launch, shares why he prefers his $250 netbook to a $500+ iPad
FSF Apple protest
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The Free Software Foundation used the media frenzy around the Apple tablet launch here to stage a protest of Apple's increasing use of digital rights management in mobile software
Outside the Apple tablet event
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The media blitz around the Apple tablet launch at the Yerba Buena Center contrasted with the lack of attention around the Phonotics West conference next door at San Francisco's Moscone Center
Stereo 3-D Panel, Pt. 2
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1/8/2010   Post a comment
Representatives of BskyB and CinemaNow talk about their approaches to supporting stereo 3-D content in 2010 and beyond
Stereo 3-D Panel, Pt. 1
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Representatives from ESPN and CableLabs talk about their still-evolving plans for supporting stereo 3-D broadcasting in 2010 and beyond
Plastic Logic CES 2010
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CEO Rich Archuleta gives a wrap up at the CES launch of the Que ProReader, the first product of Plastic Logic, an organic electronics company.
Dr. Michio Kaku, 1 of 4: Keynote preview
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku talks about his upcoming keynote address at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose on Tuesday, April 27.
Dr. Michio Kaku, 2 of 4: An engineer's education
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Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku talks about his upcoming keynote address at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose in Tuesday, April 27.
Dr. Michio Kaku, 3 of 4: Security
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Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku talks about his upcoming keynote address at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose in Tuesday, April 27.
Dr. Michio Kaku, 4 of 4
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Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku talks about his upcoming keynote address at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose in Tuesday, April 27.
Samsung Mobile TV phone
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A Samsung spokesman talks about the company's new cellphone enabled for broadcast mobile TV based on a new single-chip receiver and the standard developed by the ATSC.
AR-Drone from Parrot, part 2
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A live demo of thre Parrot AR-Drone at a CES press reception
The Parrot AR-Drone at CES
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Parrot unveils the AR-Drone, a consumer toy helicopter with webcam controlled via Wi-Fi from an iPhone to play a new class of video and robot games


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