• fuzi x2

    Fujifilm X-A2 designed for selfie

    Fujifilm incrementally updates its entry-level interchangeable-lens camera model, the X-A1. The Fujifilm X-A2 will ship in two official kits, a $550 option with a revised version of the XC16-50mm f3.5-5.6 OIS lens (denoted with a II) and a $700 kit with that lens and the XC50-230mm II f4.5-6.7 lens.   Features : Selfie display: While…

  • lumix gf7

    The Panasonic Lumix GF7 – Improved in Performance

    Panasonic’s update to its entry-level interchangeable-lens camera, the Lumix GF6, incorporates most of the newer tech that’s in the tiny GM5. This year’s GF7 should have better performance and a more streamlined design. The primary kit is priced at $600, ÂŁ430, or AU$700 and should be available in February in the US and Australia, and…

  • htc

    HTC Desire 820 Review

    The HTC Desire 820 is a typical member of the manufacturer’s mid-range lineup. It bears all of the characteristic design features for the family – a two-tone unibody plastic shell, complete with particular color accents and an oversized camera lens on the back. The handset is surprisingly thin, measuring 157.7×78.74×7.74mm and also pretty light for…

  • nikia n1

    Nokia N1 become a hot cake in China!

    The Nokia N1 went on sale in China, and the Finnish company exhausted the initial batch of 20,000 units in record time. It only took four minutes and two seconds to go through all that inventory. It looks like Nokia chose to go the flash sale route, perhaps inspired by Xiaomi’s success with this model….

  • kodak

    Kodak IM5 : Kodak’s first Android smartphone

    The latest entrant into the smartphone realm is none other than Kodak, though what it has unveiled today is less of a camera running Android, and more of an actual smartphone. It looks like one and has smartphone specs, so it’s definitely (just) a smartphone. The Kodak IM5 comes with midrange innards mostly, except for…

  • ces
    Camcorder, Camera, Gadgets, Laptop, Notebook, Other

    CES 2015

    CES 2015 is now well under way and we’ve already seen numerous intriguing devices come out under various other brands, big and small. Sony didn’t have a phone or a tablet to announce, but they showed a new expensive high-end Walkman music player and an updated version of their Smartwatch 3 with a metal wristband….


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