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Holiday 2012: 50 Under 50

Looking for a quick gift idea to give to a photography, video or pro-audio fanatic? Check out this no-nonsense list of fifty gifts that each costs less than fifty dollars. There's even stuff in here that grandparents and grandkids will appreciate.

The New Panasonic TY-CC20W Skype Camera for Viera HDTVs

If you use Skype for real time video chatting (or if you’re curious and want to try it out), and you have an Internet-connected Panasonic Viera HDTV, there’s a new product that brings these two high-tech marvels together. 

Computer Gifts for Students

Today’s students need a lot more than spiral-bound notebooks and pencils to make the grade. Everything revolves around computers and the Internet; and papers have to be created in a program and printed from a computer—pen and ink was the way your parents wrote for their classes.

Logitech’s TV Skype Cam to Work with Panasonic Connected TVs

The first tangible result of Panasonic’s decision to open its Viera Connect TV platform to outside developers is the Logitech TV Cam for Skype ($149), available in May. The high-def (720p) video camera with microphones capable of picking up conversation from sofa sitters ten feet away plugs into a USB port on one of 21 new Panasonic TV models.

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 for Online Chatters

The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 is a multitalented camera for attaching to your computer screen. It captures 1080p video and 10MP still images, and it enables 720p online video chatting. High-quality stereo microphones flank a real Carl Zeiss autofocus lens.

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 for Online Chatters

The Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 is a multi-talented camera for attaching to your computer screen. It captures 1080p video and 10MP still images, and it enables 720p online video chatting. High-quality stereo microphones flank a real Carl Zeiss autofocus lens.

Rating Three Generations for Digital Deftness

The triumph of digital TV broadcasting on June 12, 2009 (D-Day) was a defining moment for one generation above all others -- Baby Boomers. The growth of this generation closely tracks the rise of network television in the second half of the 20th Century. It's a generation I refer to as anadiggies and D-Day as a crossing over from the analog world, where they were born, into the digital world, where they'll expire -- no coupon necessary.

We're Not Just in Kansas Anymore

There are many special moments that we would love to share with friends and family, from sonny's first baseball game, to that cute thing the baby does when she eats her sweet potatoes. But unless you live in the same neighborhood, grandma may not be able to witness Mary toddle unsteadily across the living room floor to retrieve her favorite teething toy.

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