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We already chewed the cud on these 20.3-megapixel shooters in the early hours of this morning, but Samsung knows we have multiple stomachs for this kind of thing so it invited us in for a little hands-on time. Now, it's worth reiterating that these cameras are far from cheap: the DSLR-rivalling NX20 costs $1,100 with the kit lens, the compact NX210 costs $900 and the wee NX1000 has yet to be priced but could likely come in at around $700. Even so, now that we've had the pleasure of meeting each one individually, there are a few key selling points that make them stand out, and which could potentially turn Samsung into more of a challenger in this game. What selling points, exactly? Oh, only things like big APS-C sensors, AMOLED displays and built-in WiFi across the board. If any of that appeals, read on for more. Gallery: Samsung NX20 Hands-on Gallery: Samsung NX210 Hands-on Gallery: Samsung NX1000 Hands-onContinue reading Samsung's NX20, NX210 and NX1000 mirrorless camera trio hands-on (video)Samsung's NX20, NX210 and NX1000 mirrorless camera trio hands-on (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 19 Apr 2012 17:08:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink   |   | Email this | Comments

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AT&T has issued an I-told-you-so press release addressing the T-Mobile layoffs announced Friday, asserting that they wouldn't have happened if the FCC had just let AT&T buy T-Mobile. Jim Cicconi, AT&T's senior executive vice president of external and legislative affairs, said in the statement that T-Mobile's recent misfortune demonstrates the need for more "regulatory humility," and that "the truth of who was right is sadly obvious." AT&T is referring, of course, to itself.

While AT&T was trying to acquire T-Mobile, the company asserted that the merger would create many jobs, a claim that the FCC and the US Department of Justice refused to believe. In fact, the FCC stated in its own report that the merger would create a "net loss of direct jobs."

T-Mobile stated Friday that it plans to close seven call centers and cut 1,900 jobs. In AT&T's press release, Cicconi said that the company planned specifically to protect "these very same small call centers and jobs if our merger was approved," and that the job loss has proven the FCC made the wrong choice.

Of course, the FCC's and DoJ's real concern was that the reduction in competition that the merger would have created. Four billion dollars later, AT&T is apparently still smarting at their decision.

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Elizabeth Hausler Strand founded Build Change, a nonprofit, to bring in the (literal) reinforcements when natural disasters strike.

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Salmon populations in California's Mokelumne watershed are on the rise, but it turns out that only 4 percent are of wild origins.

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A toy company sees that the sales benefits of toys tied to movies and TV shows can work in both directions.

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A group focused on youth and the National Academies offer Web primers on energy.

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We'll have to wait until this weekend to find out if Martin Scorsese's Hugo takes home any hardware from the Academy Awards, but we've got an early preview of one the Blu-ray 3D release's special features right here. Press play to hear the director explain why 3D affects the storytelling by bringing in qualities usually found in the theater to film, as well as comments from actors Christopher Lee and Sascha Baron Cohen. Scorsese explains "We see in 3D, we see in space... most of us do. Space is part of our lives. It means something. I think, for the individual person who has a vision of telling a story through images, how that person uses space -- that extra element, that extra dimension -- to tell a story is very, very important." Adapted from a book inspired by filmmaker Georges Méliès, the movie hits stores February 28th -- check out the trailer after the break.Continue reading 'Hugo' director Martin Scorsese, cast explain the advantages of shooting movies in 3D (video)'Hugo' director Martin Scorsese, cast explain the advantages of shooting movies in 3D (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 23 Feb 2012 20:53:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink   |   | Email this | Comments

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After the competition got a head start, Telus has finally announced it's ready to flip the switch on its fresh LTE network tomorrow. Though it's certainly taken the longer road, its 4G waves are hitting several more markets on launch day in comparison to Rogers' solo-city debut. Among the selected 14 markets for the rollout are major cities such as Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, Waterloo, Ottawa and Montreal. In the process, the carrier's also managed to stamp a release date on that LTE Note, which will arrive just in time for Valentine's Day. That said, it won't be the only Samsung Galaxy device on Telus' 4G lineup, the carrier's also bringing along the Tab 8.9, as well as the LG Optimus -- all of which will be up for grabs on on February 10th. Those of you in Maple Leaf Land can hit up the PR below to find out if your city made the first cut.Continue reading Telus flipping switch on LTE, network goes live February 10thTelus flipping switch on LTE, network goes live February 10th originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 09 Feb 2012 11:57:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink   |  Telus  | Email this | Comments

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Located in North Scottsdale, Arizona, in the sought-after Desert Mountain community, the Shanholt Residence was designed to support a simple, modern and elegant lifestyle, taking into account the standard design guideline set by the community. Seeing the Shanholt Residence through the eyes of architectural photographer Mark Spomer, we can get a glimpse of the house’s details and atmosphere – a…You're reading Custom Built Shanholt Residence In Arizona’s Desert Mountain Community originally posted on Freshome. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Freshome on Twitter, Facebook and Google+

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Clearwire's been promising us that speedy LTE network for quite some time now. The good news is, we may have a clearer view of when to expect the waves to start flowing. During yesterday's Q4 earnings call, CEO Erik Prusch said his company plans on rolling out its LTE tides by June of next year, with the help of 5,000 wave sites around the US and a "longer-term" plan of adding about 3,000 more. The 2.5GHz spectrum will take over the WiMAX regime you've grown to love, and while we're still many handsets and slates away from testing it out, it's something all you Now Network users can happily look forward to.Clearwire says it plans on launching TD-LTE network by June 2013 originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 16 Feb 2012 17:33:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink Mobile Burn  |  Clearwire  | Email this | Comments

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