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Panasonic buries rumors of plasma TV's death

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A certain demographic of home theater connoisseurs has fretted for a few weeks over talk that Panasonic might end plasma TV production and research -- would viewers have to resort to anything so vulgar as... an LCD? No, Panasonic says. Despite earlier claims of frozen development, the company's merchandising...
Panasonic buries rumors of plasma TV's death

PebbleOS 1.10 supports third-party watch faces, sorts out iOS issues

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Pebble has been on a rapid cadence with smartwatch updates to justify those crowdfunded dollars, and it's not letting up just because watch shipments are well underway. PebbleOS 1.10 has arrived with support for custom watch faces built using the matching SDK. The revamp will be especially helpful for...
PebbleOS 1.10 supports third-party watch faces, sorts out iOS issues

Editorial: Self-driving cars FTW, but not for everybody

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I drive a two-seat roadster known for its great handling. The last thing I want is for a machine to take the steering wheel out of my hands. My car company isn't into self-driving cars, but others are: Ford, BMW, Audi. And, of course, Google is moving quickly forward...
Editorial: Self-driving cars FTW, but not for everybody

Facebook Home hits Google Play today, available for select Android devices

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Chat heads, a virtual carousel of full screen (Instagram) images and enough status updates to let you keep close tabs on your nearest and dearest -- that's what Facebook's got in Home. And as of today, it's breaking free from AT&T's exclusive HTC First and heading to a choice...
Facebook Home hits Google Play today, available for select Android devices

Best-selling author Daniel H. Wilson on naming robotic villains and high-end gaming PCs

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Every week, a new and interesting human being tackles our decidedly geeky take on the Proustian Q&A. This is the Engadget Questionnaire. In the latest installment of our weekly smattering of queries, best-selling author and roboticist Daniel H. Wilson talks corporate Kool-Aid and the evils of stock market AI....
Best-selling author Daniel H. Wilson on naming robotic villains and high-end gaming PCs

TSMC narrows production of 16nm FinFET chips to late 2013, wants 10nm in 2015

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New For as often as TSMC has extolled the virtues of FinFET chip designs, we've been wondering exactly when we'd find them sitting in our devices. Thanks to competition from rival semiconductor firms, we'll get them relatively soon: the company now expects to produce its first wave of FinFET-based, 16-nanometer...
TSMC narrows production of 16nm FinFET chips to late 2013, wants 10nm in 2015

Verizon upgrade eligibility extends to a full two years, New Every Two credits expire April 15th

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New Verizon subscribers, we hope your device habits don't revolve too closely around that 20-month upgrade cycle: it's about to get longer. Big Red has confirmed that upgrade eligibility will now start only after the two-year contract is up. Those who have an existing contract that expires in January 2014...
Verizon upgrade eligibility extends to a full two years, New Every Two credits expire April 15th

Want to name an exoplanet after your cat? IAU says dream on

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New It has been incredibly exciting to bring you the latest news on the hunt for planets outside our Solar System. Over the past few years, the planets we've spotted have gotten closer to Earth's size, closer to the Solar System, and far, far more numerous. There's almost nothing that...
Want to name an exoplanet after your cat? IAU says dream on

UK investigates in-app purchases for possible consumer law violations

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New Suffice it to say that unmonitored in-app purchases by kids have proved problematic -- most of all for the parents who first learn about them through a gigantic bill. The UK's Office of Fair Trading is concerned enough that it's launching an investigation into whether mobile- and web-based games...
UK investigates in-app purchases for possible consumer law violations

Deal: Get a 14-inch HP Chromebook for $255 shipped ($75 off) at Staples

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New From 9to5Toys.com: We don’t normally see Google Chromebooks on sale but today at Staples, HP’s version is a whopping $75 off putting it near the price of the much smaller ARM Samsung 550s. Staples is offering the HP Pavilion Intel Celeron 847 14″ Chromebook for $330.  Enter the coupon code: 45582 and get an additional...
Deal: Get a 14-inch HP Chromebook for $255 shipped ($75 off) at Staples
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