Back in 2011, BlackBerry unveiled the PlayBook tablet, making the device the first tablet that BlackBerry has released. At that time the device was a pretty solid tablet, although the lack of apps and native BlackBerry support was kind of disappointing.
Fast forward three years and it looks like BlackBerry might have given up on the tablet scene, despite the rumors. However a recent interview has revealed that BlackBerry has not written tablets off yet and that there are plans for the PlayBook’s successor in the future.
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According to a report from last week, there were some complaints by Sony A7 and A7r users that their cameras experienced a light leak issue. It was found that the lens mount was letting in light around the edges, which led to photographers trying all sorts of ways to temporarily plug up the leak while Sony figured it out.
So far we have seen the use of electrical tape to hair ties, with the latter apparently working better due to it not leaving behind sticky residue. In any case the good news is that apparently Sony knows what caused the light leak and how to fix it, which thankfully does not involve any product recalls (phew!).
Read full post →Sony A7 & A7r Light Leaked Reportedly Caused By Mount Ring, Can Be Fixed