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Inexpensive Video-Capable DSLRs Now Used in Big-Budget Productions

DSLR video technology appeals to filmmakers on a budget but the versatility of the cameras make them worthy of large-budget productions as well. More shots taken by DSLRs are appearing on the big screen all the time, and as directors begin to recognize the versatility inherent in DSLRs, we are likely to see more of the compact cameras on movie sets in the future.

Digi-Piggy Bank From Cisco Makes Saving Simpler Than Ever

A twist on the simple piggy bank, the Digi-Piggy by Cisco keeps track of every penny a child saves for a rainy day, all in a cute and clever package.

Social Media Summit When Obama Hit Silicon Valley To Poke Zuckerberg

This year has been a momentous one for the Facebook founder. Having been portrayed in an award-winning movie, satirized in a graphic novel and on SNL, in addition to being named Time's Person of the Year, he's entered a stratosphere most CEOs twice his age haven't been able to achieve. So it's no surprise, that President Obama might want to consider sitting down with the wunderkind to discuss tech innovation and potential job creation.

iPhone Holder For Bikes May Confuse The Directionless

The Princeton PIP-JTK1 iPhone 4 holder for bikes lets you use your Apple smartphone as a handy, hands-free navigation system... sure it does!

KidZui Browser Makes The Internet Safer For Young Web Surfers

Parents of young web-surfers may want to look into using the KidZui browser.  It is made specifically for children to use and allows kids to look up millions of things, all per-approved by the KidZui panel which includes parents and teachers. 

The Best DSLR Cameras for Capturing HD Video

Canon and Nikon are generally seen as the forerunners of still imaging in DSLR cameras, but as HD video is introduced to the world of DSLR, Panasonic and Sony are making interesting offers as well. As of early 2011, The latest cameras offered by Canon, Nikon, Panasonic and Sony are the best DSLRs for capturing HD video -- and can be purchased for a fraction of the price of other video-capable DSLR cameras.

Mine Detector Lets The Boom Go Off At A Distance

In Sweden, a pair of Colombian researchers have developed a way to remotely detonate land mines that is not only reliable but that is done at such a distance to keep the operator safe.

Social Media Product Placement vs Defamation Could Have Been Zuckerberg's Legal Remedy

In the year that led up to the production of the movie 'The Social Network,' it was reported widely that Zuckerberg was outraged that an unauthorized portrayal of his life was making its way to the big screen. However, if he was so inclined, defamation of character suits are difficult cases to win in a court of law. Unless 'malice' is shown as intent, most of these suits never succeed. Product placement on the other is another story entirely.

H3 Vest Brings Power To The Construction People

An entry into the 2011 iF Concept Design contest, the H3 Vest by Martin Gschwandtl aims at not only making a work zone safer but making workers in that zone more productive using artificial muscle technology.

The Skinny On The iPhone Mini

Well the iPods did it - why can't the iPhone. Particularly since Android is upping the ante in producing their own iPhone clone, at less cost. Steve Jobs and Apple have always been aggressive in slowing the advance of the competition. Anyone that can potentially steal marketshare and has the chutzpah to think they can build a 'cheaper and smaller' iPhone is going to get whacked in the trying. That's Apple's job (no pun intended).