Eyes-On Canon’s DIGISUPER 122X Optical Zoom

We had heard of Canon’s UHD-DIGISUPER 122 which was announced recently, but we got an opportunity to see one in action at Inter Bee 2018 in Tokyo, and it was indeed very impressive.


Nikon Z6 Mirrorless Camera Now In Stock

Earlier this year Nikon announced two new cameras in the form of the Nikon Z6 and Z7. The Nikon Z7 was launched a few months ago and if you recall, earlier this month it was reported that the Nikon Z6 would be launching this month. For those who are interested, you’ll be pleased to learn that the camera is now in stock.


‘Devil May Cry’ Animated Series Confirmed

Last month, the producer behind Netflix’s Castlevania animated series Adi Shankar posted on Instagram that he would be working with an “iconic Japanese gaming company” to adapt an “iconic video game series” into an animated series. This led to speculation that Shankar could be working on a Legend of Zelda animated series.


Apple’s New iPad Pro Seems To Bend Pretty Easily

We’ve all accidentally sat on our devices before, and for the most part most of them escape unscathed. However with Apple’s new iPad Pro, you might want to check to make sure you don’t sit down on it because based on a test conducted by JerryRigEverything, it appears that Apple’s new iPad Pros bend pretty easily.


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Google Releases ‘Age Of Sail’ Film In VR

Virtual reality (VR) is expected to be one of the futures of entertainment. Google themselves have been dabbling in the technology and to showcase how VR can be enjoyed, Google Spotlight Stories has since released a new film for VR called “Age of Sail”. The short is directed by Academy Award winner John Kahrs who also behind the popular Disney Paperman short.


Disc-less Xbox One Rumored For Launch In 2019

When it comes to consoles like the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, gamers have the option of choosing between purchasing physical or digital games. There are benefits to both, where some might prefer physical for its collectibility and artwork, while others prefer digital because it’s easier to manage.


RayBrid KeyMaker Aims To Reduce Chroma-Key Costs For TV Studios

One of Canon’s partners at Inter Bee 2018 was presenting RayBrid KeyMaker, a 100% software solution designed to replace the old and expensive “blue screen” technology widely in studios today.


YouTube For Desktop Gets An Updated Fullscreen Mode

If you wanted to watch a YouTube video and check the comments at the same time, you couldn’t, at least back in the day. However it appears that YouTube has since updated its desktop platform where when you fullscreen a video, you can actually continue scrolling down to the comments section and also see suggested videos on the side.


Huawei Plans To Overtake Samsung By 2020

All companies desire to be number one in the world in whatever field they are in. That title, as far as smartphone companies are concerned, currently belongs to Samsung, but apparently this is a title that Huawei is aiming for and are hoping to take it for their own by 2020, with plans of being at least on par with the company in 2019.


Verizon’s ‘My Numbers’ Lets You Add Five Numbers To One Smartphone

The idea behind dual SIM phones is that you get to add two numbers to one handset, meaning that instead of carrying two phones with you, you only need to carry one and you can be contacted on either number using the same device. However the downside is that you’ll need a dual SIM capable phone.


Chromecasts Get Speaker Group Support On Google Home

These days we’re starting to see companies create connected speakers with support for multi-room audio. Being able to group these speakers and control them in a group makes a lot of sense, but for some reason, Google would not allow Chromecasts could not be grouped together, at least until now.


Alleged Photo Of Budget ‘Pixel 3 Lite’ Surfaces

Ahead of Google announcing the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones, there was a rumor suggesting that Google could be launching not just two, but three Pixel smartphones for 2018. However the announcement came and went with only two Pixel 3 devices, but now newly leaked photos suggest otherwise.


JVC 500-Series Connected Camera For Live 4K Broadcasting

Because the demand for live events keeps rising with highly challenging logistics, JVC introduced the JVC 500-Series 4K cameras that are designed from the ground up to improve live broadcast production efficiency.


Panasonic World’s First Organic 8K Sensor

At Inter Bee 2018, Panasonic is introducing the first camera equipped with an “Organic” 8K sensor (36M pixel, 60 FPS), which should push the light sensitivity and dynamic range farther than existing CMOS sensors.


Black Magic Pocket Cinema 4K Video Camera

Black Magic is showing its Black Magic Pocket Cinema 4K camera to an audience of broadcasting professionals at Inter Bee 2018, and we took this opportunity to take a closer look.


Potential Samsung Galaxy S10 Designs Revealed

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 in 2019. In terms of specs, it’s not hard to guess that it will be outfitted with the latest Exynos chipset for some markets, and also the latest Qualcomm chipset for other markets. It will also most like pack anywhere between 6-8GB of RAM, and will also probably come with a dual (or triple) rear-facing camera setup.


Samsung Will Now Limit Its Free Mobile Themes To 14-Days

One of the ways handset manufacturers differentiate themselves from the competition is by skinning the UI of their phones to look different. In some cases, such as Samsung, themes are also offered which allows for further customization, but unfortunately for Samsung owners it looks like free themes will be coming to an end, sort of.


Google’s Wear OS ‘H’ Update Focuses On Better Battery Life

If there is still a reason why people aren’t as quick to adopt a smartwatch is because of battery life. When you consider the fact that traditional timepieces need a change of battery maybe once every few years (some models are self-charging), the idea that you can only use your smartwatch for 1-2 days before it dies is a bit off-putting.


Apple Debuts A New Redesigned Online Refurbished Store

Apple’s products have never been referred to as cheap. However if for whatever reason you must own an Apple product, then chances are you might already be familiar with the fact that Apple sells refurbished products on its website. In fact the company has recently launched a redesigned online refurbished store.


NVIDIA Acknowledges Some RTX 2080 Ti Boards Are Defective

Back in August, NVIDIA announced new GPUs in the form of the RTX 2080 Ti. Given its asking price of $999, safe to say that this GPU is not cheap and is clearly aimed at professionals and enthusiasts who might require the power and performance that the GPU has to offer. Unfortunately there have been reports of users complaining about the GPU failing on them.


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