Panasonic Lumix GF5 accidentally leaked by Hong Kong spokesperson? As for specs, Chinese website Nphoto reported earlier this month that the GF5 will also feature a 12-megapixel sensor but with a better signal-to-noise ratio and topping at ISO 12800, while on the back it'll have a much sharper LCD with 920k dots (instead of just 460k on the GF3). Kong Celebrity, Lumix Camera, Lumix Gf5, Gf5 Micro, Panason Gf5, Camera Leakes, Photo, Blot Lumix, Gf5 Camera
Nexus 7 tablet will arrive at end of June, says anonymous ASUS source... ASUS is building a 7-inch Nexus tablet with Google on a quad-core tab. Though the mole wasn't willing to divulge more specifics, previous speculation points to the Tegra-based MeMO 3270T with Jelly Bean, the next iteration of Android. The publicity-shy source also confirmed the device would be coming at the end of June -- putting it within reach of Google's upcoming big event.
Canon unveils PIXMA MX892 wireless all-in-one, prints from the cloud for $200 ... The PIXMA MX892 wireless all-in-one boasts copy, scan and fax features for those official docs that still have to be sent over the wire. Prints employ the ChromaLife, 5-ink system for high quality images at a resolution of 9,600 x 2,400 dpi. The printer also features a 3-inch LCD screen for last-minute adjustments and will have your 4 x 6 inch borderless Yellowstone photos printed in around 20 seconds each.
Please Blackberry make this mobile device! This is just a design concept, safe to say this device probably won't be getting made anytime soon... But wow wouldn't it be awesome!
iMag Magnet Phone Stand's high-tech silicone suction cups to the back of your computer to organize your wires or stick iMag on the back of your iPhone, iPad or other portable device to watch your favorite videos, hands free. - $8.95
Many of Kodak related news stories have my free Kodak images from Flickr. Bloomberg: Apple and Google teaming up on $500 million-plus bid for Kodak patents
First Look At Simband, Samsung's Health-Tracking Wearable Of The Future | The Simband, created by Samsung is intended to be used by those within the medical industry — startups and medical researchers alike to develop new applications for sensor technology. [Smart Watches & Wearable Electronics: futuristicshop.co...]
Fun. If I enjoyed processing and editing videos, I'd be giddy. I'll shoot if someone else wants to work with the clips!