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_hm
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_hm   12/12/2011 12:55:16 AM
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Good effort! May be some device will be useful for specific application.

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ibm221   12/12/2011 1:09:14 AM
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the TV phone is silly as well. anyone can do it with a couple of cables between his pc/tv. 2 much wifi might damage your health. this is the reason of why US manufacturing is screwed. they are producing bunch of useless cute expensive gadget. while the chinese folks are genuinely providing consumers with value products.

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eewiz   12/12/2011 7:44:41 AM
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Apart from Lytro, Liked the Nest thermostat. The design is very nice. Hopefully along with the AI learning, it helps more people to waste less energy. Sony tablet! Really!

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nicolas.mokhoff   12/12/2011 2:43:00 PM
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Glad that some choices have hot the mark with readers. More innovations will be reported on by our intrepid reporters in the days leading up to CES in January. Stay tuned.

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nicolas.mokhoff   12/12/2011 2:44:11 PM
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Sony's tablet is questionable as a market entry to displace the leaders, but it has an interesting approach: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4218126/Adobe-and-Sony-launch-competition-to-develop-apps-for-new-tablets

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Bob Lacovara   12/12/2011 3:24:51 PM
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No, I didn't know that, but I'll take your word for it. You're right, it seems to detract from the entire "competition" that it's entirely done on paper. On the other hand, think of the logistical problems of judging real-world objects and software.

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nicolas.mokhoff   12/12/2011 3:31:56 PM
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I always find Sony's approach to consumer devices refreshing. This updated review, which we don't endorse, has some markedly interesting points: http://www.pcworld.com/article/239253/sony_tablet_s_review_a_tablet_that_goes_beyond_basics.html

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Test101   12/13/2011 4:11:17 AM
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The Lytro Light Field camera is amazing. I will buy it when it gets cheaper, since presently I am unemployed. Have the folks at Lytro demo'd the camera to Law enforcement? This could become the standard camera for crime scene investigation.

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nicolas.mokhoff   12/13/2011 5:00:09 PM
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Not aware of their immediate plans but from what I see on their site, it must be a fun place to work for: http://www.lytro.com/jobs

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nicolas.mokhoff   12/13/2011 5:04:19 PM
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Check out Lytro's blog, chuck full of objective lens (pardon the pun)technology details of why it's worth watching this company: http://blog.lytro.com/

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