Leica has built a name for itself in the compact market over the years with a handful of Panasonic rebrands -- these Lumix models come equipped with a matte black housing, Leica lens and that famous red dot, with the inflated price tag to match. With this latest batch of cameras, the company appears to be taking a more respectable approach -- at least with its high-end X2.
Sony has just announced its latest mirrorless digital camera model, the A6300. Fans of Sony's cameras will recognize this as the long-awaited follow-up to the A6000 from 2014, and this replacement is arriving with a number of impressive features. Chief among them are a new 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor, the ability to shoot 4K video footage, and a new ultra-fast autofocus system.
The router and TV stick are aimed at the connected home market, a niche where Firefox OS already has a toehold with Panasonic Smart TVs. The goal with the Firefox Stick is to "bring the Firefox OS TV experience to any TV," in much the same way that NVIDIA's shield gives a regular TV similar capabilities to, say, the Sony X900C.
The Nvidia Shield is almost certainly more important to Google than it is to Nvidia. After the failure of Google TV—in part thanks to its lacklustre UI and poor developer support—its follow-up Android TV needed to do better. Unfortunately, that hasn't quite happened.
Reports surfaced a few months agothat Apple CEO Tim Cook has visited BMW in Germany to explore the possibility of using the automaker's compact electric "city car," the i3, as the basis for a possible Apple Car. Subsequent reporting suggested that the i3's role in "Project Titan" had been put on hold.
Screenshot \/ YouTube\n Ime Archibong directs \u00a0strategic partnerships at the social media giant, leading\u00a0the team charged with connecting with various business partners. \n Archibong\u2019s team has had their hands in everything from the Facebook Messenger app to Internet.org.
Difficult to believe that it has been nearly three years since I reviewed the original JaybirdBlueBuds X wireless sports earbuds . Jaybird was one of the first manufacturers to create a minimalist wireless set of earbuds engineered to survive a rainy run or extra sweaty workout.
The majority of my workday involves me driving around a Police car, patrolling the town. As a football fan, I spend a good deal of time listening to Sports Talk radio in the Police car. As a Philadelphia Eagles fan, I spend an even greater amount of time experiencing frustration. Occasionally, I grow weary of hearing all the different ways my fellow Eagles fans can say “maybe next year”.
Since starting with the Gadgeteer, I’ve been able to amass a good collection of portable power banks in all shapes and sizes. I love the peace of mind knowing spare power is always immediately available to me. Recently, I was offered the chance to add another power bank to the collection, the Goal Zero Flip 20. The Flip 20 is very compact. It measures3.7″ x 1.63″ x 0.83″ and weighs 130 grams.
HP has rolled out a new business tablet and notebook in one device called the HP Elite x2. The device was made from the ground up with business users in mind and it has the ability to convert from a notebook to a tablet when needed. The machine has BIOS-level security with HP SureStart tech. Buyers can option the machine with Intel vPro processor if wanted.
Horror can be distilled into two pivotal questions: “What are we afraid of?” and “Who are we afraid for?” The upcoming stealth-horror game 2Dark , developed by Gloomywood,unites both concerns in a single answer. Children . We’re afraid for our children, what they do to us, and what might be done to them.
Looking for the best SUV to buy in 2016? It's shaping up to be a good year for families seeking a fresh take on a familiar formula: how to get the entire brood from point A to point B in comfort and with a dash of style while also hauling all of life's essentials and accessories.
If it’s a popular consumer gadget and you want to take a look at what’s inside, trust the guys over at iFixit to give it a teardown treatment worthy of the name. As Google has recently released their new and updated hockey puck-shaped version of the venerable Chromecast, we now get to see what’s inside. For anything this small and compact, the rule basically is – don’t break it.
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What do you remember about 1997? I remember a time before the iPhone or iPad, a period when the Internet boom was in full swing, and computer shows were a key part of my life. I also remember a video game that changed my opinion of role-playing games forever: Final Fantasy VII.
There’s just nothing worse than exercising in glasses or sunglasses when they slip, bounce and fog up because of perspiration. When the Gadgeteer was asked to review the Nike Vision Run X2 Sunglasses, I volunteered to see if they might function better than others during exercise.
If you’ve always wanted to learn how to make Android apps and to maneuver more deeply into the platform, now is your chance to attend a course that has been “sanctioned” by Google themselves, teaming up with General Assembly (GA).