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Follow Up To Last Week:
Webcamgate continues with a court order
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd Won’t Apologise for the Internet Censorship Filter.
Related to this is Senator Kate Lundy who is standing apart from the Labour party against the filter as planned.
When is a story about the Apple iPad not a story about the Apple iPad
Mix this with those life like Japanese robot girls and you get…creepy much!
Google acquires Picnik photo service, who cares. But read the last paragraph, is Google planning to take over the world?
Interesting, after all the talk about OLED, it would seem that the iPhone’s backlit LED display is better than the Nexus 1’s OLED screen.
Topic of the Week: The Tech of 3D Cinema
A brief history of 3D cinema, how it works (then and now), the different systems used today and the difference between shooting in 3D and 3D conversion.
Here are a collection of links that we used to research the story.
The Future: 3D Television?
Is 3D TV bad for you?
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