Rumors about the Nikon D600 started to go around since April earlier this year, where in June there was another leaked image of the device sans the lens in its full frontal glory, followed by more information in the month of August that September 13th is the rumored announcement date for the Nikon D600, alongside a nugget of juicy information that you will most probably be able to purchase a couple of Nikon D600 DSLRs with the same amount of money that you fork out for the Nikon D800. Back to the menu item at the moment; Nikon?s D600 full specifications were said to be leaked, touting a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, ISO 100 to 6,400, 39 autofocus points, a 3.2? LCD display, the ability to shoot Full HD video at 24, 25 or 30 frames per second, and at 720p, you can hit 60 frames per second.
All videos will be shot in H.264 / MPEG-4 AVC format compression, delivering a maximum clip length of half an hour, tops. Heck, you can even have the live feed piped to the D600′s HDMI port as an uncompressed Full HD signal, now how about that? Are you looking forward to the Nikon D600?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Nikon D600 rumored to be revealed on the 13th of September, expected to be half the price of the D800, Nikon D600 images leaked for the masses to ogle at ,
Scientists have recently reported that they managed to come up with a new nano-code, an invisible tag of sorts that rely on the widely-used “quick response” code in order to help foil the plans of counterfeiters, especially banknote forgers and criminals who thrive on fake drugs and other faux high value items such as vintage wine. The nano-code is actually a QR code that will be used as a form of authentication. This is no ordinary QR code though, as it comprises of nanoparticles which have been merged with blue and green fluorescent ink.
The code itself will be generated with standard computer-aided design (CAD) equipment, where it is then sprayed onto a surface such as paper, plastic film, office tape, glass via an aerosol jet printer. It will remain invisible until the object becomes illuminated by a near-infrared laser. This would result in the invisible nano-code to pop up as though like magic, where it can then be scanned for verification purposes. Initial tests have proved to be favorable, where even on banknotes, said nano-code continued being readable after multiple wear and tear.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Man of Steel QR code shows off how Superman's new costume looks like, QR codes on apparel share information about yourself to others,
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So today the iPhone 5 came out, and a lot of people were disappointed. Not because it’s an inferior phone, but because it lacks a lot of the features many
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There is the rat race for us humans living in a capitalistic society, and in then in the world of tech, there is the smartphone race to concern yourself with the number of megapixels, how many cores does your processor have, in addition to 4G LTE connectivity capability. Well, Xtreamer, a company that is more famous for its media streamers, has just announced that they intend to make a mark for themselves in the world of smartphones. So far, we do know that the upcoming device from Xtreamer will run on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich (without any mention as to whether Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be on its way), in addition to dual SIM capability that will surely appeal to those who carry around two phones and want to shed some baggage on their travels.
No idea on the battery capacity, but it was stated as carrying a ?powerful? battery. ClockWorkMod based updates and multilingual ROM support, accompanied by a rooted handset by default makes this a decent entry point for budding modders. No idea on pricing, but it should not be too expensive judging by the clues left on the device page.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Xtreamer Prodigy media streamer gets new features, Xtreamer Prodigy media streamer coming soon,
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Without Adam Cheyer, there would be no Siri. At least, Adam was the chief technical architect of Siri, Apple?s virtual personal assistant technology that debuted in the iPhone 4S so you know that he has a pretty big part to play in the development of Siri that millions of people have come to use and depend on today. According to Cheyer, ?I left Apple for personal reasons some time ago.? and Apple has confirmed that Cheyer is no longer under Cupertino?s payroll.
So what is Cheyer up to these days? Probably just resting and taking a break from it all, as he has yet to take up a position with another company while claiming that he has no future plans for the moment. I don?t suppose he ever needs to work any more for a day in his life considering the amount of money he must have made from stock options over at Apple, but you know the entrepreneurial types, they work for the sake of loving it, and not because of the financial rewards that tend to follow in most successful cases.
There will still be Siri in iOS 6, which will be the next operating system version on the iPhone and iPad. Will Cheyer?s legacy continue in future iterations of Siri?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Siri API to be introduced at WWDC 2012 on June 11?, Apple Siri falsely advertised?,