Nikon releases D4 firmware 1.02 with minor display, formatting, network stability improvements in tow
Have you managed to get your hands on Nikon’s elusive D4 full-frame DSLR? It should be smooth sailing from here, with the occasional firmware update being your only critical acquisition going forward. D4 firmware 1.02 brings a handful of minor fixes, but if you’re in need of any of the enhancements listed
It’s not exactly clear when Google ceased to be a search company. It became more like a company that wanted a finger in every pot in order to protect its future as a search company; Perhaps it was the early acquisition of Google Earth? Perhaps, but, if it only counts when viewed as a defensive effort,
Miss the CERN Higgs boson press conference earlier, and confused about what exactly all this particle magic is about? The teams responsible for apparently spotting the errant subatomic minx have released a video of the conference following the big reveal, going into greater detail of the findings and
Nokia has released an update for its N9 MeeGo smartphone, introducing numerous new features and bugfixes despite officially abandoning the platform itself. The handset, a handsome forerunner to the original Lumia 800, now gets MeeGo PR1.3, with the new update bringing “over 1,000 quality improvements”
Sometimes FCC filings are rife with details. T-Mobile and ZTE aren’t playing that game right now: a device has shown up at the US agency bearing only the T-Mobile Aspect name and a ZTE F555 model number. That already tells us that it’s likely to have 1,700MHz 3G inside, but the rest is left to our imaginings.
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If you have a Samsung Galaxy-S and live in Sweden, chances are you like to talk on your mobile device using Bluetooth while on-the-go — that’s according to a recent study that shows Swedes use Bluetooth and wireless headsets more than people from any other country (47%). And owners of Samsung Galaxy-S
Stare long enough at Google’s promo material for the Nexus 7 tablet and you’ll eventually notice something: in all situations bar media playback, Google only ever shows the slate in portrait orientation. That’s because the tablet is actually locked that way; however, the enterprising
The good-ship BBC won’t steer itself, and it’s just been announced that George Entwistle is the next to take the wheel. Currently director of BBC Vision (the Beeb’s fancy name for TV,) Entwistle will take over from Mark Thompson, who announced back in March that he’d be leaving Auntie’s warm embrace.
Refer.ly, a Y Combinator-backed startup that makes it easy for people to earn affiliate revenue every time they recommend a product or book, is now allowing its users to donate their earnings to charity.
The company, which only just launched six weeks ago, is syncing up with about 100 charities or so