Articles about Panasonic (page 6)

Mozilla Shows Off Firefox OS For TV
Mozilla has been developing Firefox OS for a variety of platforms even though the first devices powered by it were smartphones. The OS is capable of running applications that use web technologies like JavaScript and HTML5, thus making it easier for developers to convert their existing apps for Firefox OS. The operating system can also be run on devices like smart TVs and TV sticks, Mozilla is now showing off what […]

Panasonic Nubo Is A 4G Enabled Monitoring Camera
At Mobile World Congress 2015 today Panasonic announced the Nubo which it describes as the “world’s first 4G-enabled monitoring camera.” The idea behind it is simple. Allow people to monitor their belongings and property even if they can’t rely on a Wi-Fi connection, something which other monitoring cameras totally rely upon, and this is where the 4G compatibility comes in handy. Sure there are fixed monitoring and professional surveillance products […]

Panasonic Eluga U2 Spotted Online
Panasonic does not only churn out smart TVs and the ilk, but they are also pretty big when it comes to smartphones – especially in Japan, of course. This time around, we have Panasonic and their 64-bit Eluga U2 that runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop being spotted online. This means that the Japanese company is preparing themselves to make an official announcement of this particular mid-range smartphone, which as its […]

Panasonic Delivers TVs With Freeview Play Support
It looks like the folks over at Panasonic are pretty busy today, having rolled out a Firefox OS-powered TV, not to mention support for Freeview Play to boot. Just in case you are scratching your head as to what Freeview is all about, it happens to be the UK’s most-watched TV service, where it offers up to 60 TV channels, where there will be a dozen high definition versions available, […]

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Panasonic Reveals First Firefox OS-Powered Smart TVs
Panasonic did make an announcement earlier this January at CES that they were working on a brand new range of TVs that will sport 4K displays, and these TVs will boast of smart TV software that are based on Firefox OS. Hence, it is nice to know that the company is starting to parade some of these Firefox OS-powered TVs, which will kick things off with a bunch of Panasonic […]

Panasonic VR Headset Being Developed
The age of virtual reality is upon us. Headsets like the Samsung Gear VR are already available in the market for people who want to experience this technology, other companies are actively working to bring their own products to the market, Oculus has already built up quite some hype for its virtual reality headset. Panasonic isn’t going to be left out. The company recently showed off an early prototype of […]

Panasonic Reveals Toughbook 54, Now Lighter And Just As Strong
When it comes to rugged notebooks, you know for sure that there will be very little competition around, and it is safe to say that the folks over at Panasonic happen to have a monopoly on things. In fact, the Japanese company has just refreshed the Toughbook range, which would bring down the curtain on the Toughbook 53 with the introduction of its successor, that is, the Toughbook 54.

Panasonic Toughbook 31 Goes For 18 Hours Now
You know for sure that a computer will need juice – or electricity to run, and even more so when it comes to laptops. Now, with the advent of Ultrabooks, laptops do happen to run for a few hours on end before requiring a recharge. The thing is, can your laptop actually last for a good 18 hours at a stretch? The refreshed Panasonic Toughbook 31 certainly can, and if […]

Panasonic Lumix GF7 Officially Announced
Just yesterday thanks to a leaked photo, the Panasonic Lumix GF7 was revealed. For those wondering how real the specs were, you can rest easy now because it looks like Panasonic has officially announced the camera. This is the latest camera in Panasonic’s Micro Four Thirds lineup so for those shopping for such a camera, this might be worth checking out.The Lumix GF7 will feature a 16MP sensor as was […]

Panasonic GF7 Photo Surfaces Online
CP+ is kicking off next month which means that we can soon expect camera companies to announce new and exciting camera products that they might have skipped out on during CES 2015. Now for those who are fans of Panasonic’s GF-series of cameras, word on the street has it that the Panasonic GF7 will be making an appearance at the event.In fact the folks at Digicame-info have recently managed to […]

Panasonic CM1 To Arrive Stateside This Summer
Back in September last year, Panasonic surprised everyone with the launch of the Panasonic CM1. This is an Android smartphone by Panasonic and what made the device particularly interesting is the fact that there is a 1-inch 20MP sensor with a Leica lens strapped to the back of the phone.We’re sure many were looking forward to getting their hands on the device but unfortunately back then, the Panasonic CM1 was […]

Prototype Panasonic Blu-ray Player Supports 4K, HDR
[CES 2015] I still remember many a CES ago when the battle between Blu-ray and HD DVD raged on – and now that it has been a few years since HD DVD’s demise, Blu-ray reigns supreme. There is always room for improvement in the world of technology, which is why we are pleased as punch to bring you word that Japanese maestros Panasonic has announced that they are working on […]

Ultra Light Panasonic RZ4 Notebook Comes To The U.S.
The notebook market in the U.S. offers some great options to customers looking for a powerful package in a lightweight body, but those looking to spend a bit more can now pick up one of the lightest notebooks that Panasonic has ever created. The company’s Let’s Note RZ4 notebook is finally available in the U.S., through a company’s that’s importing them into the country, for a pretty hefty price tag.

Panasonic Toughpad FZ-E1 Certified For Sale In The US
Back in September Panasonic introduced the Toughpad FZ-E1. The device is billed as being a rugged tablet, although given its 5-inch display we’re sure many would consider it more like a phablet rather than tablet. That being said availability stateside was not mentioned back then, but the good news is that if you liked what you saw, it looks like the device could be making its way to the US.The […]