When going to China or Russia or other few countries that don’t allow encrypted devices to enter their borders without government approval, its hard-to-believe the precautions that employees of corporations with sensitive information take while travelling.
Tablets have been considered to replace flight bags that weigh nearly 40 pounds each by commercial airline, but US Air Force goes a step ahead and wants to introduce the tablets into the cockpits. Air Mobility Command (AMC), has entered a
Recent reports revealed that Microsoft’s online store in India has been hacked. Though the site is now offline, Google’s cache shows the Chinese EvilShadow Team taking credit for the hack.
Sony confirmed a replacement for its flagship A900 DSLR during a round-table discussion at the CP+ show in Japan
Sigma recently announced that its cameras DP1 and DP2 will both be getting the new sensor along with Merrill to the name of its SD1 flagship DSLR to honor the co-creator of the camera’s Foven X3 sensor.
Today, Olympus announced two new rugged compact cameras today
As a consequence of bankruptcy last month, Kodak is ceasing production of all digital cameras, pocket video cameras, and digital photo frames. Their main focus is now set on taking forward photo printing products and desktop inkjet printers.
There was recently news posted about Google testing a new “entertainment device” in the homes of their employees. This device is expected to turn up in the public eye sooner than expected. According to ‘The Wall Street Journal’, this product is
The best selling mobile game of slicing fruits with a sword has now made its mark as a successful Xbox 360 game
Sony promised that by the end of 2012, it will have 15 lenses ready for NEX system. At the CP+ trade show in Yokohama, Japan, it announced an expanded E-mount roadmap.
Pentax has decided to move on front its compact camera lineup with their new updated rugged versions, the WG-2 and the WG-2 GPS
If conquering the virtual world of Facebook wasn’t enough, the Zynga games will be seen in real life too. Recently Hasbro signed an agreement to start a line of Zynga branded toys based on games like FramVille
Olympus officially confirmed the coming up of the OM-D E-M5, which has to be the most leaked camera in recent memory. The first camera in the OM-D line goes back to OM-series film SLRs sold first in the ’70s. The all
Facebook started testing a new design for its Photo Viewer earlier this Feburary, taking cues from Google+. This new format is being applied for a large number for facebook users account today, so you might be in luck if you
Its been an year since the debut launch of The Huawei MediaPad which is a part of the first generation of Androis 3.2 tablets and it joined AT&T’s network on 3rd Feburary 2012.
Google recently inaugurated its “Solve for X” website, and it looks like its reaching the creation of a TED-like think tank that will focus on talks about radical technological ideas. The main idea behind the site as described by them
Red Staple is launching its new eBook space its a new HTML5 authoring tool.Red Staple’s product offers various interesting alternative features making it more it more attractive to independent authors. The tool offered by Red Staple is web-based and makes available two
A photo deletion flaw has been discovered by ‘Ars Technica’ recently which suggested that a photo that you deleted are still accessible to those with the links to these photos months or years later.This flaw had even been pointed out three
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business conducted a study which led to a conclusion that people give in to the urge to check social media more easily than they feel the need to smoke a cigarette or alcohol.
Photo rumors recently uncovered another photo of the Olumpus OM-D which shows the camera surrounded by a range of accessories. 43 Rumors team took this photo under their suspicious eye and spotted a couple of lenses never seen before.
In 2009 Google Earth launched its Ocean extension and it gave a well laid-out feature on the floor of the Atlantic, which was speculated by some as the evidence of existence on Atlantis where the legendary ancient civilization is said
Surprisingly, the recent demand for smartphones seems to have become more than the demand for computers, making smartphones more popular than traditional computers!
A recent article in the New York Times shed light to an area where Windows Mobile might be getting weak in spite of their efforts to regain their position in the enterprise market. Windows Mobile has a rough and tough
Proving the rumors true, Pentax has officially announced the K-01, a mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses. The body of this camera has been designed by a London based industrial designer-Marc Newson.
Google is testing a new google-made ‘entertainment device’ that uses WiFi to connect to home electronics at their employees’ homes. The company requested permission to test around 250 such experimental devices in four different cities from mid-January to July 2012 according
According to recent CNN reports, the US government and military plan to adopt a custom Android platform along with a few federal contractors and agencies. According to reports last year, the US deparment of Defense approved a Dell build of Android 2.2
Apple’s all new feature in iOS 5 is the split keyboard. The company finally introduced this feature, which is meant to make thumb typing easier in potrait and landscape mode alike. This feature comes along with an option to “undock” the keyboard, allowing
Amazon has now made the WiFi Kindle Touch available for delivery across borders. The site reported that almost a million Kindle devices were sold by them in December. The full lineup of Kindle devices is, however, only available currently in the
Motorola sold some refurbished Xoom tablets that weren’t as good as new. Agreeing to this critisiscm, Motorola confirmed that a few of these tablets sent to Woot weren’t refurbished correctly to erase old user data, such as account information or photographs.
One of the larger memory manufacturers in the world – Micron – lost their CEO, Steve Appleton, in a small plane accident in Boise, Micron’s hometown.