The Blackmagic Production Camera 4K is finally available with a notably reduced price tag. Instead of the originally announced price tag of US$3,995, the Blackmagic 4K is now available for $2,995.
The price reduction of $1,000 is apparently Blackmagic Design's direct reply to the competition that it is facing from the side of Panasonic's mirror-less interchangeable-lens camera Lumix GH4.
Professional social media network LinkedIn has declared that it will finally pull the plug on its controversial 'Intro' email app for iOS on 7th of March this year.
Intro is a mobile service designed purposely to display users' LinkedIn profiles contacts in Apple Mail messages. It shows a sender's name, position as well as company within the body of the message, while a drop-down menu provides access to even more details from the sender's LinkedIn profile.
While a large fraction of McDonald's workforce may be in teens, one of its employees has just touched the magical age of 100 years, and he is still working.
Morris Miller celebrated 100th birth anniversary on Friday at the store in Needham, Massachusetts. The centenarian celebrated the occasion with his friends, family, co-workers as well as customers.
The celebration was, however, held one day ahead of his official birthday.
Investec, a leading lender and asset manager from South Africa, has said that it is planning to sell its UK-based mortgage business Kensington.
The company is aiming to sell its underperforming assets and boost share values.Investec had earlier said that it is planning to sell some of its operations in Australia. The company said that it has already received expression of interest for the UK unit but did not announce the name of the company.
The U. S. Department of Defense's research branch is reportedly working with tech giant IBM on developing self-destructive smart devices.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded a $3.4 million contract to IBM for its "Vanishing Programmable Resources" program. Under the terms of the contract, which was awarded to the tech giant on January 31, IBM will be responsible for developing electronics that would self-destruct within seconds on receiving a command for the same.
The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is reportedly exploring the possibility of using Google's futuristic eyewear technology called Google Glass in law enforcement.
Official sources have revealed that the NYPD has bought a few pairs of Google Glass, which integrate a computerized interface into the user's field of vision, to be used by its cops in the field. The innovative technology would allow cops to see a suspect's life story flashing right before their eyes.
Keeping an eye on its global expansion, Pinterest recently announced a redesigned mobile site that makes it easier for users around the world to access the service.
The new Pinterest for mobile can be described as a cleaner and trimmed version that offers features that were previously only on the service's web and native app versions. For instance, it revamped Pinterest includes "more useful" pins and related pins features.
Just a few days back some reports suggested that tech giant Google Inc bought artificial intelligence (AI) firm Deepmind for $400 million, and that part of the Deepmind deal was to create an artificial intelligence "ethics board".
Though Google often boasts that its motto is to "do no evil," yet seeing "Google" and "ethics" in the same sentence will definitely be quite startling for many. The tech giant's behavior over the past few years makes the phrase "Google ethics" a contradictory term.
Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple Inc may later this year announce its entry into the field of health-tracking and medical devices, emerging reports suggest.
Citing anonymous sources, the New York Times (NYT) and 9to5Mac have reported that Apple executives have met with the FDA to discuss plans about launching medical devices and apps.
Nick Bilton of the NYT also said that Apple's health-related efforts would eventually work their way into its iWatch. It may be noted here that Bilton was the first person to break the news that the Cupertino firm was working on the iWatch.
Telecommunication services provider Verizon has confirmed that it will be testing a new wireless technology during Super Bowl Sunday that will allow consumers to enjoy a faster and smoother live streaming.
The Super Bowl (the National Football League), which is typically the most popular annual football championship, is all set to take place in MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N. J.
Verizon will use the event to test its LTE Multicast technology. This innovative technology makes use of the company's LTE network in distributing video feeds to numerous devices.
Artist Scott Wayne Indiana, with the help of interactive artist Eric Hagan and movement instructor Sarah Danke, transformed a Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) campaign into a yoga class.
Indiana recently announced its latest creation - Dungeons & Dragons Yoga class in Brooklyn. In the world premiere of D&D yoga, Indiana showed how he transformed common D&D activities like flipping a switch into yoga poses.
The Colorado State Patrol will keep a close eye on drivers through Monday to discourage driving under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs like marijuana.
To keep impaired drivers off the roads during the Super Bowl, the State Patrol has increased enforcement alongside roads throughout the state.
Colorado State Patrol Chief Scott Hernandez said they expected an increase in cases of drunk driving as people are enjoying parties at houses, bars and restaurants throughout Colorado during the Super Bowl.
Nintendo, the world's oldest videogame company, has admitted that it has failed to offer a decisive software title capable of enriching Wii U owners' gameplay experience.
Stressing that Nintendo would have to create compelling reasons to own the Wii U game console and its tablet-like controller, CEO Satoru Iwata said, "We have not been able to offer a decisive software title that enriches the user's gameplay experience when playing alone with the GamePad."
Popular location-based services provider Telenav has acquired German startup Skobbler to improve its GPS navigation app Scout.
Berlin-based Skobbler, which was founded back in 2008, is well-known for its map-based apps and games, such as ForeverMap 2 and GeoBrain 2. Its OSM technology provides open-source, user-generated data about geography. Using this technology, you can access details about roads, traffic, major landmarks etc.
Basically, OSM serves as a capable substitute for some widely popular location data services, such as Apple Maps and Google Maps.
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