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Today, anyone can create, and everyone can publish. Panasonic saw this trend and designed something specifically for this new breed of creators: the G100. It is a lightweight, powerful mirrorless Micro Four Thirds camera with a fully articulating touchscreen, advanced OZO Audio by Nokia, 4K video, and plenty of sharing-oriented recording features that will appeal to the vlogger in everyone.
by Brian Klem · Posted 06/10/2013
LG’s long pedigree of television and external display manufacturing goes back more than 50 years. In the 1960s, shortly after the company’s birth, LG (then GoldStar) began to manufacture Korea’s first home-grown, tube-based televisions. Forty years later, LG developed the world’s first 60-inch plasma television, and then in 2006, the industry’s first 100-inch LCD television panel. By 2009, LG had become the world’s second-largest LCD television provider. A year later, building on the company’s track record of innovation, LG released the
by Brian Klem · Posted 11/15/2012
Each year, action-camera technology continues to improve and action-camera popularity continues to grow. Most major camcorder manufacturers now have at least one action camera, and there are a handful of other companies that specialize exclusively in action cameras and accessories for those cameras. Companies like GoPro, Drift and Contour have had the most success because they dedicate the bulk of their research to developing exactly the sort of performance the customer wants. Initially, the major manufacturers were a step behind, but in the
by Lawrence Neves · Posted 11/15/2012
Tablets may seem like a fad to power PC users, but their success last year has turned heads in the industry. Tablets are not only here to stay, they’re commanding far more interest from consumers than was previously thought. Although Apple’s iPad still reigns in the tablet market, many princes have come forward to try and claim the throne. Some of those smaller fiefdoms, like ASUS and Samsung, are more than trying to unseat Apple—they’re playing musical chairs with the throne, and gaining market share at an amazing rate. But what does