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Friday, 31 Jul 2015
Yes, it’s not a misprint. Canon has just announced the launch of their first multi-purpose camera, the ME20F-SH, and it boasts a highly sensitive full-frame CMOS sensor for Full HD video use.
President Obama issues an executive order in an attempt to build the world's first exascale supercomputer
President Obama has just signed an executive order for the creation of a National Strategic Computer Initiative (NSCI). This is in hope of putting his country ahead in the global supercomputing race. More details after the jump.
Facebook announced today that they’ve completed construction of their first full-scale aircraft, Aquila, which will provide free internet through the air. It has the wingspan of a Boeing 737 and can stay in the air for up to 90 days. It also looks like a stealth bomber.
Strong sales of PlayStations and camera sensors for smartphones helped Sony post US$780 million profit
Sony had a fine Q1 2015, posting an overall operating profit of US$780 million thanks to strong sales of PlayStations and camera sensors for smartphones.
The Xbox Music rebranding continues on Android; updated Groove app now on Google Play Store (Update: iOS too!)
If you use Xbox Music on Android, know that Microsoft has just dropped the updated Groove app on the Google Play Store.
Market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) reports that there was negative growth in the global tablet market for Q2 2015 with Apple shipping lesser iPads . Read on to find out more.
Thursday, 30 Jul 2015
Samsung revealed during its second quarter earnings report today that it plans to maintain sales of its premium smartphones by "flexibly adjusting the price of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge".
Nokia announces the OZO virtual reality camera, hoping that it will set the new standard for professional cinematic content creation.
While laws about drone use are still being debated upon in many countries, Amazon has proposed reserving a section of airspace devoted to commercial drone use.
Researchers at Trend Micro say they have discovered a new video-related security vulnerability that puts your phone into a completely unresponsive state and unable to make or receive calls and notifications.