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Andy Sim

In China, a growing number of flat-panel factories are slated to go operational by the closing chapters of 2012. This anticipated surplus of display panels has sparked a so-called "2012 predicament" which may cause Japanese TV makers to suffer further losses with regards to global sales figures. Can the Japanese camp wise up before they sustain irrecoverable deficits?

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Alvin Soon

Like the internet revolution before it, the post-PC age presents both challenges and opportunities to the world of journalism in traditional publishing. Print journalism is dying and it needs to find a way to survive in post-PC media; the next wave of publishing.

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Hurrairah bin Sohail

The updating of old gadgets and gizmos with the latest technology is unavoidable. Now it seems that the trusty old guitar might be losing its strings and become digitized with the advent of touch screens. While it will definitely be kinder and gentler on the hands of players, do we actually want to lose out on the tactile sensation of shredding?

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Ng Chong Seng

The Eye-Fi is no ordinary SD card; it lets you transfer photos wirelessly from your camera to the computer. But what if you're on the move and carrying an iPad?

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Andy Sim

Philips "remote touch" uWand pointer technology is slated to materialize in consumer offerings before the year is over. Here's what we managed to unravel about the point-and-click interface at Philips' product demo today.

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