Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012
Loewe unveiled the Connect ID Smart TV at the Loewe Gallery earlier today. The Connect ID is also one of Loewe's most vibrant and expressive Smart TV yet, thanks to its heady mix of six colored covers, black or white bezel frames, and twelve different mounts and stands.
Nikon released the Nikon 1 V2 today, the latest addition to its popular Nikon 1 V series of advanced camera with interchangeable lens, as well as its Speedlight SB-N7 accessory.
Nikon expands the 1 NIKKOR lineup with three dedicated lenses - a 32mm f/1.2 medium-telephoto fixed focal length lens, a Vibration Reduction (VR) equipped 6.7-13mm f/3.5-5.6 ultra wide-angle zoom lens and a compact and lightweight 10-100mm f/4-5.6 10x zoom lens.
Academic researchers have used algebraic equations to modify the existing Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and evolved it into a new one called coded TCP. It is able to reduce network overheads due to its unique ability to recover lost TCP packets, without the need for them to be resent.
Compatible with the Nikon FX format, the the AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/4G ED VR lens covers the 70 to 200mm range of focal lengths with a fixed maximum aperture of f/4.
Measuring less than 21mm thin, the 14-inch Satellite U940 comes powered by Intel Ivy Bridge processors with NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M discrete graphics, and features a raised illuminated tiled keyboard and a spacious ClickPad with support for Windows 8 gesture.
The new Kingston DataTraveler Workspace boasts SSD-like performance, and is designed to help companies and organizations meet both BYOD (bring your own device) initiatives and disaster recovery requirements.
The last major revamp YouTube had was last December, and it's about time for a fresh look. Hit the link to find out how to grab YouTube's new look for those who have not received the updated layout.
Built meticulously from scratch, the Bolt boasts a slim yet aggressive profile that's only about 91mm (4mm thinner than its closest competitor, the Alienware X51) wide and 355mm tall.
Memoto has introduced an intelligent micro-device that captures every moment of your life in photo keyframes. These spontaneous shots can be effortlessly searched, shared and revisited at any time using Memoto’s innovative web service and mobile application.