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Debunking TV technology

There are lots of crime shows on television, and some of them, CSI, Crossing Lines, Law and Order, and Castle use algorithms to find clues in images, usually those acquired from CCTV cameras. 351 more words

Image Processing

LG shows off super-thin OLED screen that sticks to your wall with magnets

TORONTO – Today’s average 55-inch TVs are impressively thin, especially considering how much TV technology has changed over the last 10 years. But nothing holds a candle to LG Display’s latest prototype – an extremely thin OLED display that sticks to your wall with a magnetic mat. 317 more words


TV makers focus design on growing online viewership

LAS VEGAS – Does anyone just watch TV anymore? The dramatic shift toward online and mobile viewing is driving television set makers to design as much for streaming video as for watching broadcast or cable channels. 881 more words


The TV Tech Tour Part 2

Since the first TV Tech Tour Blog Post in September, I have become a bit more used to working with the new director’s board. It probably also helps that now things are routed properly, so what you see is actually what you get! 55 more words

TENacious Cohort

The TV Tech Tour

Have I experienced any changes in my IT fluency level? Hmm. Let me think about that for a second.

The Backdrop

While I’m thinking, watch these video (or not because I’m rather long-winded) that show some of the current technology I use on the job every day. 787 more words

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Are ultra high-definition TVs worth buying now?

(CNN) — It’s the latest and greatest in TV technology, but what can an ultra HD TV do that your existing set cannot? And is it worth it to purchase one now? 231 more words


[Business][Interesting] Response to New Watermark Technology to 'Stop' Illegal Music Downloads

Where I read the article: Watermark technology from Deakin University touted as key to stopping illegal downloads


What a breakthrough news. Since 2000s onwards, people have been downloading music illegally and now Melbourne researchers have found a way to stop all this? 267 more words