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The New Apple TV is Here

April 19, 2012
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Will the new Apple TV take over Blu-ray players? With the recent release of the third generation Apple TV, a wide debate ensues on whether the world is slowly handing itself over from optical discs to digital compression technology. Considering that digital distribution is still on its nascent years, we will undoubtedly find out how […]

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5 reasons to replace your Nikon D5000 with the new D7000

October 11, 2010
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The new Nikon D7000 annonced a month ago is a very interesting looking camera for enthusiasts photographers and probably also newcomers to DSLR in general. But with a price tag of $1,199 at Amazon US and £1,029 at Amazon UK (body only), is it worth upgrading to Nikon D7000 if you, like me, already own […]

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Nikon introduces a new mouth watering DSLR camera: D7000

September 15, 2010
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Yesterday I was working myself to come up with reasons I do not need Nikons new 55-300mm VR lens. Today I got myself a much bigger task at hand because Nikon has introduced their new D7000 camera which has everything I miss about my current D5000. I can’t really cover everything about this camera in […]

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Whoa! YouTube Adds Support for 4K video

July 12, 2010
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It’s just about 8 months since YouTube added support for 1080p video, also known as Full HD, and now they’re ready with an even higher resolution: 4K. 4K video has a resolution of, you better sit down, 4096×2304 pixels. That’s more than four times as much as Full HD (1080p). I don’t think my Mac […]

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YouTube Opening Up for 1080p HD Video Next Week

November 13, 2009
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YouTube has been offering regular 720p HD videos (1280×720) for a while now, if the uploaded video was in HD as well, of course. Most dedicated video camcorders today records in 1080i or 1080p resolution and next week YouTube will be able to display those as well – all the way up to 1080p. Billy […]

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