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Sony joins the curved UHD party with the launch of the Bravia S90

By - August 7, 2014 6 Pictures
Given the frequent displays of one-upmanship from LG and Samsung over the last few years, you'd be forgiven for thinking that they were the only companies to manufacture UHD televisions. Of course other players like Sharp, Panasonic and Sony have all been knocking out 3,840 x 2,160 resolution TVs for at least as long as LG and Samsung, some even longer. Sony Europe has today announced that it's joining the curved 4K TV sparring ring with the launch of its Bravia S90. Read More
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Soundsight headphones put HD video recording on tap

By - July 29, 2014 6 Pictures
Walk through just about any Hi-Fi retailer and before too long you're sure to come across a huge section bursting with personal audio gear. There seem to be headphones and earphones for every taste and budget, including wired and wireless units and models that offer just that little bit extra. So how does a newcomer to the headphones game make a splash in what would appear to be a very well stocked marketplace? Say hello to the Soundsight cans, which are billed as the world's first video recording smart headphones. Read More
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Review: Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830

By - July 23, 2014 6 Pictures
Logitech recently launched its Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830, which is aimed at those who have a PC connected to a big screen and need a companion keyboard. Not only does it illuminate in the dark while you're watching a flick, but it also allows you to control Windows 7 or 8 from the built-in touchpad. Read on, as Gizmag reviews Logitech's living room PC companion. Read More
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Lights, camera, action: A closer look at the Keecker entertainment computer

By - July 15, 2014 20 Pictures
Back in January, French startup Keecker made a bit of a CES splash with a cute and curvy home entertainment computer capable of moving around on its own or as instructed by an app-based remote, and transforming any wall, door or ceiling into a huge projected screen. Gizmag dropped in on the company's Paris home at the weekend for a chat with CEO and Founder Pierre Lebeau, and a one-on-one with the multi-talented Keecker prototype. Read More
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Android at the heart of the Odin handy projector

By - July 1, 2014 8 Pictures
The wealth of available online content can mean that a TV sits in the corner gathering dust and the monthly subscription to a set-top box service just goes to waste. Such was the case for Alex Yoo of Dos Owls, so he got rid of both. Though quite liberating, he missed being able to sit back on the sofa and watch a movie on a big screen TV. He turned to a hefty projector and connected computer, but fighting through the cable spaghetti and dealing with issues like overheating prompted him to try and find another way. And so the idea for Odin was born – a pocket-sized projector with its own computer running Android KitKat, and packing built-in speakers, Wi-Fi and a battery. Read More
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Damson Twist mini speakers resonate through any surface

By - June 26, 2014 3 Pictures
Gizmag is in New York City this week, scouring the displays of CE Week for interesting, innovative gear and gadgets. One of the products that caught our eye, a speaker from Damson that puts a Twist on traditional audio. Instead of sending sound waves through the air to your ears, it sends them through the surface you place it on. Damson claims this makes for bigger sound from a smaller package. Read More
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