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Ricoh has just introduced the Pentax KP, a tiny titan of a DSLR camera with a maximum ISO of 819,200. The KP has big features like weather-sealing and high resolution in its sights – but its smaller-than-usual scale is its big sell. The Japanese DSLR camera manufacturer designed a completely new body for this camera to ensure a slimmer profile than existing DSLR...

If you’re planning to start a business website, Dedicated hosting is a great place to start. It provides unlimited use of software, robust features and applications and full administrative access, but you’re fully responsible for maintenance and security. Dedicated Server Hosting is also well-known as managed dedicated server hosting, or simply as dedicated server,...

Self-Driving vehicles are considered as the future of cars. South Korea is taking a big step into the self-driving vehicles development space, is now building the largest ‘fake’ city for testing self-driving vehicles. In the fake city Dubbed as K-City, the self-driving car developers can repeat tests with various scenarios and road conditions. The facility will take...

Turing Robotics Industries (TRI) does not have a good reputation when it comes to actually shipping phones. The company’s first handset, the ‘ultra-secure’ Turing Phone, was delay multiple times and even switch operating systems. That’s perhaps why TRI announced today that it’s partnering with Chinese tech company TCL to make the Turing Phone Appassionato. The...

Smart lock manufacturer, August announced the new hardware and its entry into Z-Wave Alliance. The Smart Lock Pro is the company’s first to support the Z-Wave standard. This lock is geared toward the professional market rather than do-it-yourselfers. The August Smart Lock Pro will be available later this fall, but Sorry, you can not buy this Smart lock because it is...

When Google recently announced Android Wear 2.0 finally ready to ship, a bunch of smartwatch makers lined up to be first to push out this new update. Now, Fossil brand is among the first that make good on its promise, announcing that it begun pushing the new OS to its trio of smartwatches. If you own or are interested in purchasing the Fossil Q Marshal, Fossil Q Wander...

Nissan is to demonstrate its autonomous driving technology on public roads in London in February. The tests be the company’s first to be carried out in Europe. The Japanese carmaker is the first mass-market brand to launch semi-autonomous vehicles to the public in the Europe, with the Qashqai SUV that can steer in a motorway lane coming later the year. A Nissan Serena...

LG showcase new TONE wearables at the CES 2017, as the electronics manufacturer has just announced two new additions to their TONE line up of Bluetooth wireless devices called the TONE Studio and the TONE Free. LG TONE Studio First up: LG TONE Studio features two full range speakers on the top and two two vibrating on the bottom. The setup enables users to experience surround...

Kamerar developed a pretty clever case-and-clip solution for sliding different lens attachments over the cameras on the back of the iPhone 7 Plus. $45 gets you two clips: one which turns the wide angle into a fisheye and the telephoto into a longer zoom, and one that enables for macro photography. While iPhone users normally have plenty of options, the dual lens setup...

VSCO, the startup behind an eponymous mobile app for making, editing, and sharing photos, announced the availability of RAW support in its iOS app. Apple revealed RAW editing support in iOS 10, and now VSCO taking advantage of it. VSCO announced that its iOS app will support full RAW capturing, editing, and importing. The company’s blog post said that RAW offers...