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Old TV showing static

Samsung, LG turn to quantum dot TVs

The world’s biggest TV makers, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and LG Electronics Inc, are turning to quantum dot technology for their next-generation TVs

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Panasonic's plasma TV sets are displayed at an electronics shop in Tokyo

LG, experts say farewell to Plasma TV

South Korea’s LG Electronics Inc said it will wind down its plasma television business by end-November

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ASOD cameras

New Cape Town speed camera system – how it works

Cape Town’s new average speed over distance camera system will go live soon – here is how it works

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Smarter computer

Quantum computing poised for new revolution

A dramatic increase in the amount of time data can be stored on a single atom means silicon could once again play a vital role in the development of super-fast computers

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iMac

Apple iMac with 5120×2880 resolution display

Apple has unveiled its iMac with Retina Display, which sports 5120×2880 display

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New batteries

Ultra-fast charging batteries that last 20 years

Scientists at Nanyang Technology University have developed batteries that can be recharged up to 70 percent in only two minutes

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Oculus Rift Virtual reality

Another VR headset in the works

A tiny Montreal company is turning to crowdfunding in hopes of moving its virtual reality headset from a working prototype to a mass produced rival to products from Facebook, Samsung and Sony

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Sharp 90-inch Aquos LED TV

Sharp, Qualcomm to produce next-gen displays

Sharp Corp said it would begin mass-producing a new type of next-generation displays with Qualcomm unit Pixtronix from 2017

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Panasonic

Panasonic unveils revived Technics audio brand

Panasonic Corp unveiled a new line-up of audio products on Wednesday, reviving the Technics brand made famous by DJs

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A neon Google logo is seen at the new Google office in Toronto, November 13, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Google developing quantum computer

Google on Tuesday said it is working on a super-fast “quantum” computer chip as part a vision to one day have machines think like humans

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