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Wednesday, 6 Jan 2016
Spearheading the lineup are the 77/65-inch G6 and 65/55-inch E6 models.
Nikon today announced its first action camera, the KeyMission 360 which is capable of shooting 360-degree video in 4K.
If you're looking to build a black-themed rig, you're in luck. MSI just released two new all-black Intel X99 and Z170 Carbon edition motherboards, complete with carbon fiber detailing and Mystic RGB LEDs.
Samsung's jumping on the 12-inch Windows 2-in-1 device bandwagon joining the likes of Microsoft, Lenovo and HP! The Galaxy TabPro S is a sleek and thin 12-inch 2-in-1 Windows 10 device with a QHD Super AMOLED display that comes bundled with a full-sized keyboard case.
Samsung is adding two new models to its Gear S2 Classic lineup, and they're really bling. Joining last year's muted metallic black case are new 18k Rose Gold and Platinum-plated options. Samsung also announced new third-party apps for the Gear S2 and iOS compatibility coming later this year.
Apple just unveiled two special Apple Watch Sport models - gold aluminium case and silver aluminium paired with (PRODUCT)RED Sport Bands - to celebrate the Chinese New Year. They are available for purchase from 15 January to 22 February.
Tuesday, 5 Jan 2016
Popular drone maker Parrot has showed off its prototype Disco drone that abandons the popular quadcopter design for a fixed-wing design. It is also the easiest ever drone to use, the fastest and lightest in its class. More details inside.
The shower area - one of the last vestiges within your home where technology hasn’t encroached will soon make a major contribution. If Hydrao has its way, their soon-to-be launched connected shower head will help make a tremendous impact in water consumption.
MediaTek has announced the MT2523 system-in-package with a focus on improving power efficiency in smartwatches and fitness bands.
NVIDIA's ultimate goal is to provide an end-to-end platform for self-driving cars, which is why NVIDIA has announced DriveWorks, a suite of software tools, libraries and modules, and DriveNet, its very own deep neural network.