The new DVD camcorders that Panasonic's rolling out for its Spring 2007 line all boast the same 32X zoom lens plus optical stabilizer, SD slots for still capture, and added support for dual-layer DVDs. The top-of-the-line VDR-D310 keeps up Panasonic's 3CCD tradition; the VDR-D210 and D230 have a single unspecified chip. The two lower-end models cost $450 and $500, respectively and are slated to ship in February; the VDR310 won't be out till March, and will cost $700.
It's Amazon vs. Google in the delivery drone wars!
Amazon reveals its Prime Air delivery concept, while Google has been working on one of its own. The Kindle HDX is rated the best 7-inch tablet screen, and Moto X's site goes down on Cyber Monday.