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NAB 2014: Big Balance Stabilizers, Hand Held Gimbals You Can Afford (video)

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At NAB 2014, Kerry Kinsey interviewed Ken Leung at Big Balance, examining affordable video stabilizers for everything from iPhones to SteadyCams. Check out the short video for more details.
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Tom Sloan Cartoon: What’s a Newspaper?

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Newspapers are not the only things that are becoming obsolete. Tom Sloan on old tech.
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Tom Sloan Cartoon: What Does a Computer Smell Like?

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Everybody loves the smell of a brand new car. Tom Sloan wonders: Is there a new computer smell, too?
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Capturing Egypt’s Never Ending Story (podcast)

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Filmmakers of "The Square" discuss Egypt and how social media is causing a paradigm shift in today's world.
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Moff: The Wearable Smart Toy Has Come Into the World

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Everything Is a toy? Moff might make it reality. Brant David on toys, children and why kids' imaginations need creative stimulation.
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Larry Press: Problems with the New Roku 3? (analysis)

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Larry Press tries out the new Roku 3 and investigates reported problems with the device. Sensitivity is likely one of them. Analysis, review.
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Tom Sloan Cartoon: Hidden Treasures

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Hidden treasure: It's important to have the proper perspective. Tom Sloan on some famous, smart and lucky finds.
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Far Beyond Wi-Fi: Artemis to Bring 1,000x Faster Mobile Internet

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New pCell technology from Artemis Networks will make Wi-Fi feel like a slow dream. Can it be done? Brant David reports.
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ISP Competition: Testing Time Warner Cable’s Public Wi-Fi Access

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Time Warner Cable delivers handy Wi-Fi access. Tested and reviewed by Larry Press.
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AUUG Motion Synth Music Tech May Spark a Revolution (videos)

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The AUUG motion synth might forever change the way musicians create music. Brant David explains why.
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