36 Results for

l-3

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Nikon Coolpix L3

The budget-minded Nikon Coolpix L3 produces good-looking photos but offers few options.

By June 5, 2006

3 stars Editors' rating June 5, 2006
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LG Optimus L3

August 21, 2012

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LG Optimus L3 misses the mark

With its pokey software and low-res screen, CNET UK pans the LG Optimus L3.

By August 13, 2012

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LG Optimus L3 hands-on

February 29, 2012

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LG L7, L5 and L3 Android mobiles ape the Prada Phone

Three new L series Android phones from LG follow in the fashionable footsteps of its recent Prada Phone.

By February 21, 2012

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2005 Honda Insight 2dr Hatchback (1.0L 3cyl Gas/Elec Hybrid 5M)

The Honda Insight gets best-of-breed gas mileage, but its lack of digital comforts and cabin room constrains its uses.

By May 26, 2005

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 26, 2005

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L3p D3sk an impressive glowing desktop

This computer mod features a three-piece monitor setup and an impressive green-colored water-cooling system. Oh, and the whole desktop glows a lovely shade of blue.

By May 23, 2011

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Kyocera Finecam L3V

In LCD size, this snapshot camera has few competitors, but we had hoped for better image quality for the price.

By October 8, 2003

3 stars Editors' rating October 8, 2003

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L-3 to give Navy "Internet in the sky"

The U.S. military on Tuesday said that L-3 Communications will provide the Navy with airborne communications as part of a contract with its Naval Battleforce Network program. L-3 was given $1.5 million as part of the contract. The program will have a value of $8.7 million once projects are completed over a 4-year term. L-3 will give the Navy and the Marines "Internet in the sky" capabilities, allowing them to communicate with manned and unmanned aircraft. The technology will also help the Navy solve problems with routing and convergence of wireless communications, the company said.

May 14, 2002

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Police now 'see' through walls and know if you're home

Technically Incorrect: The Range-R is a piece of military equipment that police are using now to check if there's someone in a building.

By January 20, 2015