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Panasonic is promising this remote camera will keep on recording, even when the wind is blowing at preposterous speeds up to 134 MPH.
The same tweet that caused Samsung to lose money led to over £500 million being added to Panasonic's stocks.
If you’re the owner of a Toshiba laptop, there’s a chance its battery could overheat and go kaboom and melt your machine
It's going to be abut the size of a microwave, making it smaller than the majority of other induction ovens.
Instead of forcing your family to endure a gruelling slideshow of your holiday photos, Panasonic wants you to treat them to stunning 4K videos of your hotel room, random meals, and various takeoffs.
The last version of the Technics 1200, the MK6, was released in Japan back in 2008. Today at CES, Panasonic has revived the turntable with the new Technics 1200G.
The TX-50CX802 is an absolute belter, being an LCD to rival both OLED and classic plasmas, with some Firefox OS wizardry thrown in, all at a competitive price to boot.
You can have it in any size as long as it's 65 inches.
Though 4K is only just out of nappies, it's already old news to the big TV manufacturers.
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4K continues to penetrate the camera world.
And the G7 is a healthy slice cheaper than its bigger brother.
The new Q fan looks more like a basketball than a fan, but using an internal turbofan it can actually blow about seven times more air than it sucks. Read More >>
It makes you wonder why all robot vacuums aren't designed like Panasonic's new MC-RS1 Rulo with its triangular-shaped form factor that allow its spinning bristles to reach and clean deep into corners.
The Panasonic LX100 might just be the best small camera ever made. It's part of a new breed of camera that — while not totally pocketable — is insanely well-rounded, and just gets most things right.
CES 2015: We've already been told 12930821321312 times that that 4K is here, and while the screens are, the stuff to watch is still sparse. But Panasonic's new Blu-Ray prototype wants to make sure you can use every pixel possible.
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