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New Fujifilm X-T200 Boasts “Digital Gimbal” That Doesn’t Work On 4K Video

Fujifilm has announced the X-T200, their latest APS-C crop sensor mirrorless camera that replaces the X-T100 that was launched mid-2018. It boasts improvements from its predecessor across the board, including an enhanced EVF, fully articulating LCD, upgraded AF, HDR and video stabilisation. The Fujifilm X-T200. Image: Fujifilm At the centre of

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Grab PureVPN’s Chinese New Year Deal & Save 76% on the Annual Plan

What’s not to love about the Chinese New Year? From traditional decorations and reunion dinners to bucket loads of gifts and fireworks, the festivity in the air is unmatchable! As far as gifts like new tech gadgets are concerned, it’s important to keep them secure online to avoid the possibility of any breaches. One of the

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Leica’s $10,000 Black-And-White-only Camera Was So Popular They Built A Third Version

In 2012, Leica's inaugural Monochrom turned heads all around with its "limited" black-and-white functionality and astronomic price point. For a digital camera that was limited to black-and-white shooting, the Monochrom cost an astronomical USD 10,000. The Leica M10 Monochrom. Image: Leica This year, the Monochrom gets a redo based on the winning

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Samsung’s DJ Koh No Longer To Head Smartphone Division

Samsung co-CEO DJ Koh has been replaced by Roh Tae-moon, the company's youngest president yet. Koh will continue to helm the IT & Mobile Communication (IM) division of the Korean electronics giant. This comes amidst gathering momentum for Samsung's 2020 smartphone launches - four of which were previewed at CES 2020

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Yuba Is The Future Of Smartphone Cameras. What Is It?

Lift the Great Firewall of China and behold - the weird, wonderful world of Mandarin neologisms. Coined amidst the swathe of multi-camera smartphones launched in the past years, Chinese online, social and traditional media have humorously used "yuba" refer to the neat clusters of cameras arranged into shapes, but mainly

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Bose To Shutter All 119 Retail Stores In North America, Europe, Japan, Australia

Massachusetts-based upscale audio manufacturer Bose has announced plans to permanently shut down brick-and-mortar stores in Australia, Europe, Japan and North America. Most widely known for its popular QC-series of noise cancelling headphones, Bose has also eked out a solid reputation for hi-fi audio components like CD players and speakers. More

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Jabra Elite Active 75t Announced In Singapore: AirPods Pro Alternative?

Debuting at CES 2020, the Jabra Elite Active 75t has been announced in Singapore, months after the classic Jabra Elite 75t was launched. Updated models of the wildly popular Jabra Elite Active 65t true wireless in-ear headphones that we loved, the Jabra Elite 75t features a revamped form-factor and increased

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Instagram Hides Photoshopped Photos In Bid Against Fake News

Massively popular photo-sharing social media platform Instagram is the latest front against the perennial fight against fake news. With deepfakes, doctored images and falsified images taking the uphill battle to tell truth from forgery ever steeper, top technology companies have made a spate of announcements over the past few years. Instagram's

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Cool Tech of CES 2020: Mind-Reading, Modular Cameras, Booze & Beauty

We're still reeling from the sensory overload of CES 2020, attendants were swarmed by headline exhibits and launches. This year, we saw Sony's self-driving prototype that catapulted them into the automotive space, Nikon's new D780 DSLR, Withing's new wearable that would undercut and outdo Apple, and Shure's Aonic line that

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The Future of CES: China Tensions? Elon Musk’s Hyperloop? More Sex Tech?

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been the mainstay and cornerstone of the consumer technology world since its inception in 1967, some 52 years ago. Today at CES 2020, CTA President Gary Shapiro shared insights into the show and its future with journalists and analysts from the world over. Despite being

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Intel’s Self-Driving Offshoot Mobileye Proves Elon Musk Right At CES 2020

Aside from 5G networking, autonomous vehicle technology retained primacy at the forefront of CES 2020. Mobileye, an Intel-owned company responsible for producing the top chipsets for vision-based autonomous vehicles, showcased its advances at the show this week. The company's focus on vision-based autonomous driving echoed Tesla CEO Elon Musk's remarks about

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Sony Unveils Prototype Car Vision-S At CES 2020

Sony is one of the world's largest consumer electronics companies in both scale and scope. With a product portfolio encompassing everything from hi-fi audio, television, photography, videography and smartphones, the last thing you'd expect is for the company to expand into... automobiles. The Sony Vision-S prototype self-driving car. Image: Ian Ling/VR

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Withings ScanWatch Takes On Apple With ECG, Sleep Apnea Health Features At CES 2020

Withings, a health wearable company based in France, has announced the ScanWatch at CES 2020. Stylish and refined on the outside, the Withings ScanWatch is the first wearable to combine medical-grade single-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) readouts with sleep apnea detection - a health condition that affects about a billion people worldwide. Available

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Shure Launches Aonic True Wireless Earbuds, ANC Headphone At CES 2020

American professional audio heavyweight Shure has announced a brand-new line of premium wireless consumer products at CES 2020. Dubbed Aonic, the line premieres with the Aonic 50 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones and the Aonic 215 True Wireless Sound Isolating Earphones.  "The biggest legends in music - Elvis, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix,

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