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Poll: Did you like the smoother, HFR 'Hobbit'?

Select theaters showed "The Hobbit" in 48 frames per second, aka HFR, double that of traditional films. If you saw it, what did you think?

By December 17, 2012

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The Hobbit is an unexpectedly slow journey at 48fps HFR

The Hobbit is shot in 3D at 48 frames per second -- twice the rate of normal movies. But what difference does it make? What does HFR look like?

By December 9, 2012

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The Hobbit in 48fps HFR to be screened at 29 Vue cinemas

Vue has confirmed 29 cinemas that will show The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in HFR at 48 frames per second.

By December 3, 2012

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The Hobbit in 48fps HFR limited to select UK cinemas

Hardly any British cinemas will show The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey at its intended frame rate due to a need to upgrade projectors.

By November 15, 2012

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8 out of 10 regret buying a 3D TV, survey says

A new survey finds 79 per cent of 3D TV owners regret buying their 3D televisions because of expensive extras and a lack of stuff to watch.

By January 6, 2014

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Sony Bravia X9 is a 4K TV for £4k

4K is finally getting more af-four-dable, as Sony brings its Ultra HD X9 range of TVs to the UK for £4,000.

By May 15, 2013

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Doctor Who in 3D and in cinemas for 50th anniversary special

A special 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who will be filmed and broadcast in 3D on BBC HD and at the cinema this November.

By February 12, 2013

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Should you see The Hobbit in 48fps?

We've told you where to find The Hobbit in 3D HFR, but the question is whether you should watch that version.

By December 17, 2012

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Google Maps, O2 prices and The Hobbit in CNET UK Podcast 318

The Hobbit is the first HFR film -- and it doesn't work. Plus, we lament O2's price hike and celebrate the return of Google Maps.

By December 14, 2012

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Time-travel, tigers and hobbits in the best tech films of 2012

We run through our favourite films of the year that featured cracking gadgets or boundary-pushing cinema tech.

By December 24, 2012