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The new product from Y-Combinator's HelloFax aims to replace printing and scanning documents while taking a consumer approach to the fabled office of the future.
A report says Toshiba will, by the end of this year, launch 3D TVs in Japan that don't require glasses. The company says only that the technology is in the works.
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CNET France gets to drive Peugeot's BB1 concept car.
The Samsung Rogue is a multimedia touch-screen messaging phone from Verizon Wireless.
Joost chief is said to be a candidate for top spot at Brit broadcasting network, as video site continues to be eclipsed by YouTube and Hulu.
VidBlogger Nation's founder Marc Scarpa joins us to talk about his Social TV Network and the rise of new media. Buzz Out Loud's own legal advisor Gil Cabrera joins us to talk about Samsung and its reach for something, anything in their patent battles with Apple. Guess what, they aren't winning. But you know who IS winning? Steve Ballmer. It's Gadgets Galore with the Samsung Nexus, Droid Razr and the Lytro camera. Which one is Molly going to buy?