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Bleeding Edge TV 470: Lytro light field camera

Lytro is an amazing camera that allows you to take pictures that can be refocused after the fact, as it captures the light field within the image. We talk with Eric Cheng of Lytro and get information on how it all works, giving you a look at the images that this light field camera can take, as well as the actual camera itself! You can pick up a Lytro camera on Amazon.

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Bleeding Edge TV 468: Ubuntu for smartphones preview

Did you know that Linux Ubuntu is coming to smartphones to take on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry? It's true - and we bring you a first look at the Linux Ubuntu smartphone OS in this video as we interview Canonical's Richard Collins. What do you think of the all gesture-based interface with no hardware buttons? The demo was run on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Check it out!

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Bleeding Edge TV 467: Corning Gorilla Glass 3 review

Corning Gorilla Glass 3 was announced at CES, and we bring you a cool demo. Gorilla Glass appears in products like the iPhone, Android smartphones, and tablets. The demo shows you how Gorilla Glass 3 is thinner and lighter than the previous version from last year, while being a lot more durable and able to resist shattering under pressure and when dropped. It's already been announced that Gorilla Glass 3 will be included in the Samsung Galaxy S 4. Check it out!

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Bleeding Edge TV 465: Monster headphone lineup for 2013

Our friends at Monster have a full lineup of headphones that you can get your hands on in 2013, all with varying features, looks, and sound. We stopped by to give you the rundown of the entire line that we were able to get our hands on, including the Inspiration, Purity Pro, Diamond Tears, Diesel VEKTR, MVP Carbon, and more. We run the gamut bringing you pricing information and a look at each headphone model. We'll be looking to get our hands on everything for further testing and review, starting with the Purity Pro and Diamond Tears. In the meantime, check out the rundown, and hit us with your thoughts on what you'd like us to cover bring you more info on.

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Bleeding Edge TV 464: AnoStyle iPhone & iPad mini custom color service

We check in with AnoStyle, the service that custom colors your iPhone or iPad mini, at CES 2013 in this episode. We're big fans of AnoStyle's iOS device coloring service, where they strip off Apple's anodizing, and re-anodize the devices with coloring that is 40x stronger than what Apple uses. It's impressive, striking, and people stop us and ask about it all the time. Of course, my devices are orange and white, Gear Live colors, no doubt.

Be sure to also check out our full AnoStyle review, which takes a look at a black iPhone 5 colored pink, a white iPhone 5 colored orange, and an iPad mini colored orage as well! If you wanna get in on the fun, head on over to AnoStyle and use promo code INTERNATIONAL2013 to get $100 off the service, valid until Wednesday.


Nick Cannon interview: NCredible headphone line, fashion

Nick Cannon NCredible headphones

We got the opportunity to chat with Nick Cannon about the NCredible line of Monster headphones in the video below. The NCredible line includes a pair of over-ear DJ headphones called NPulse, on-ear headphones called NTune, and in-ear earbuds called NErgy. As you look at the cost of the various models, you quickly see that these are some of the most inexpensive headphones offered by Monster, which is important to Cannon, as he wants kids to be able to get headphones that are cool without breaking the bank. Find out more about the NCredible philosophy, as well as headphone fashion, in this video.

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How strong is Corning’s Gorilla Glass 3? [Video]

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Corning Gorilla Glass 3 review

We were able to check in with Corning to get a look at Gorilla Glass 3, the upcoming product that should be hitting the next generation of major smartphones later this year. If you use a smartphone or tablet, you probably want glass that is super-strong and holds up to in-pocket scratches, and shocks like being dropped. No one wants a cracked screen, right? That's where Gorilla Glass 3 comes in. It's tougher in every area when compared to last year's Gorilla Glass 2, which means it can withstand more impact, is harder to scratch, and is just a better product all around. Check out our video demo after the jump to get a look at its impressive performance, and expect this to hit the iPhone 5S and major Android smartphones later this year.

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Monster’s 2013 headphone line-up [Video]

Monster Headphones ces 2013

We know how much our readers love Monster headphones, so we are hitting you with a video taking you through the 2013 headphones line-up. We go through each model, including Inspiration with TUMI, Diesel VEKTR, DNA, MVP Carbon, Diamond Tears, Ncredible, and more. The line includes over-ear headphones, on-ears, in-ears, gaming headset, and more. Hit the break for the video. Be sure to subscribe to Gear Live on YouTube for more tech video coverage.

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Canopy Sensus Touch Case makes your iPhone touch-sensitive on back and sides

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Canopy Sensus Touch Case

We got a look at the Canopy Sensus Touch Case at CES 2013, and walked away impressed. The Sensus Touch Case gives iPhone users 10-point touch input along the back and sides of the device, which means you can do things like play games by swiping along the back of the iPhone, leaving the display free and clear of your fingers. You can also do things like snap images by tapping the side of the phone, or zoom in and out of objects with a slide of your finger. Expect to see the case launch later this summer, priced somewhere between $59 and $99.

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Monster and EA Sports collaborate on MVP Carbon gaming headphones

Monster MVP Carbon headphones

Monster and EA Sports have jointly announced the MVP Carbon, a pair of gaming headphones, which is a first for Monster. The MVP Carbon headset brings simulated 5.1 surround sound through 30mm drivers. Naturally, you also get an integrated microphone (removable) for chat, and a headphone amplifier that Monster calls the "Gamebox."  Sugar Ray Leonard and Xzibit are working with Monster as ambassadors for the MVP Carbon, which go on sale in February for $269.95, and will be available in black and white, with glowing EA Sports logo. The MVP Carbon are compatible with Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii, and Wii U.

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