Japan's Panasonic has created the world's longest-lasting alkaline battery, according to Guinness World Records. Panasonic promises its new Evolta battery cell — whose name is derived from "evolution" and "voltage" — will keep gadgets running...

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Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, the company that manufactures various consumer electronics under its Panasonic brand-name, has started using Large-Scale Integration (LSI) chips made using 45nm process technology in its Diga high-definition video recorders. The new...

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Panasonic has introduced a write-once Blu-ray disc with a 4x writing speed, faster than any other high-definition disc, available in 25GB and 50GB (dual layer). The consumer electronics company plans to release the former this...

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No, its not Blu-Ray. Sony and Panasonic announced today that they have co-developed a new high definition DVD format created specifically for camcorders. The new format, dubbed AVCHD, captures video onto 8cm DVDs using the...

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In another bit of Blu-Ray news this day, Panasonic hasrevealed its recordable and rewriteable media specs and initial prices. Beginning in spring 2006, Panasonic will begin supplying single and dual layerdiscs in 25 and 50GB...

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