We caught up with Neil Nightingale, Creative Director of BBC Earth, to find out how nature videography has advanced and been advanced by technology to continue fascinating the viewers in new ways.
Richard Huddy, AMD's Chief Gaming Scientist talks about AMD Freesync technology in brief and how new monitors supporting this will better your gameplay at no additional cost.
BroadcastAsia 2013 presented the perfect opportunity to get a feel of the state of 4K adoption at this point of time. We take a brief look at the different faucets of Ultra HD ranging from creating 4K content, broadcasting it and getting it displayed on the right panels.
The father of Post-it notes talks to HardwareZone TV on innovation and why Post-it notes are yellow.
Canon Explorer of Light, Tyler Stableford has been named one of the seven "World’s Greatest Adventure Photographers" by Men's Journal, and has shot for prolific publications like The New York Times and National Geographic Traveler. We ask him for tips for the aspiring adventure photographer.
With the help of Mr. Mark Johns from Switch Media, we delve into the world of Over-the-Top services. What makes OTT tick? What special features can users expect? And most importantly, how is it beneficial to the consumer? To get the answers, watch the video.
During CommunicAsia 2012, we sat down with Mr. Amos Tio, GM for Toughbook Asia Group, Panasonic Systems (APAC), to have a quick chat about the upcoming 10-inch Android 4.0 ToughPad A1. For further follow-up, check out our news article.
Vincent Laforet kick-started the video DSLR revolution with Reverie, the first short film ever shot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. We catch up with him to talk about the new Canon C300 camera, how he made the transition from stills to videos and how you can do the same.
HardwareZone was invited to Research in Motion's First in Asia launch of the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and Curve 9380 in Jakarta, Indonesia on 15th November 2011. Here are highlights of our interview with Jim Balsillie, Co-CEO of RIM, and Gregory Wade, Regional MD, East Asia for RIM at the launch.
We paid a visit to HTC's office and had a glimpse of its upcoming dual-core smartphone, the HTC Sensation. Join us in this preview of the HTC Sensation and learn all about its unique HTC Sense 3.0 user experience.
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