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Wednesday, 16 Dec 2015
Everybody knows what Google's Street View is, but what's Cat Street View? Hint: It's adorable, very Japanese and cats are involved.
Modula Optical has just released a campaign on Kickstarter for a manual focus 33mm f/2 lens they’re calling the CM33; built with a unique modular design that allows you to easily alter the images captured.
Android Pay begins operations in US, gradually rolling out the NFC payment option to other countries.
With The Force Awakens premiere already over and done with, it's inevitable for spoilers to pop up online. If you don't want the surprises in the new movie to be ruined, you might want to check out this new Chrome extension.
With companies like TAG Heuer and Fossil now on board with Android Wear, Google knows how important it is to match stylish smartwatches with equally attractive watch faces. So while Apple may have Hermes, Google now has watch faces designed by Ted Baker, Vivienne Tam, Y-3, and six other designers.
A noted analyst has said that the iPad Air 3 will be released in the first half of 2016, but it is unlikely to have 3D Touch.
Thanks to ASRock's Sky OC BIOS update, we may be on the cusp of a return to the good old days when nearly any processor could be overclocked by ratcheting up its base clock.
Tuesday, 15 Dec 2015
According to some online reports, Micron is reportedly working on GDDR5 VRAM modules for discrete graphics cards. Is this a rebranding of its GDDR5X chips? Read on to find out.
It's still early days, but there are suggestions that AMD's 2016 products could face delays that would push them back to as late as the first quarter of 2017.
Monday, 14 Dec 2015
If you're visiting some of the more famous Russian cemeteries in 2016, make sure to use their free Wi-Fi to let everybody know where you are.