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[27 Jul 2014 | Comments Off on Ricoh WG-20 waterproof digital camera | ]
Ricoh WG-20 waterproof digital camera

Ricoh introduces the new WG-20 camera. First of all this camera offers a super high resolution result thanks to the 14.0 effective mega pixels and the state of the art image processing engine. The Ricoh WG-20 camera also offers many advanced image editing functions thanks to the newest super resolution technology. With this digital camera you get crisp clear, sharp high resolution photos. Get all the details in your photo, even the smallest and print them on super sized posters without quality loss. The Ricoh WG-20 had an 2.7 LCD …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

Aerial tactics

Turn-based aerial combat games aren’t something Pocket-lint is too familiar with, with initial reservations held due to the genre’s strengths usually relying on fast-paced action to keep any would-be gamer happy.
However, our App of the Day is a new addition to the excellent, original, Steambirds series where strategic flight combat is essential for survival.
Steambirds: Survival

Format
iPhone
Price
Free
Where
iTunes

Even though Steambirds: Survival keeps to the turn-based credentials of the original, there is a distinctly more upbeat feel to this incarnation partly due to the survival element.
This new iteration of the game, from Spry …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

Debut single banned

Moshi Monsters’ plans to release a music single have been dealt a severe blow, as Lady Gaga has taken out a court injunction to prevent its release. The track “The Moshi Dance”?by Lady Goo Goo, has already been an Internet hit for some time, but the court order bans it from going on sale.
In addition, Mind Candy – the company behind Moshi Monsters – is not allowed to promote, sell or distribute any future release by its Lady Goo Goo character.
The pop megastar’s lawyers claim that Lady Goo …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

Official app hits

Spotify customers can now access their music on a Boxee Box. Users will need to subscribe to the Premium version of the service, and there is a caveat or two to using the new application, but it expands the media streamer from D-Link’s capabilities with a true top line content partnership.
A Spotify Premium account costs ?9.99 per month, but offers all manner of benefits over the free service (or its Unlimited equivalent). For starters, it is the only package that allows you to play your streamed music on …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

Local business search inactive

There’s little doubt that millions of new iPhone 4S owners will be trying out Siri, Apple’s voice command system specific to this handset, early doors. It is easily one of the most exciting features of the device, and when it’s in full flow is a real standout party piece.
However, new owners in the UK are reporting that they are a tad disappointed with the localised feature, as it doesn’t quite offer the same level of detail afforded to its US cousin on day one.
One of the aspects …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

The daddy of digital cameras

If you love movies and the art of cinematography, then you’ll almost certainly have heard of, and be excited by, the Red Epic. Following on from the Red One, the Epic is a digital cinema camera that can shoot video that is arguably higher quality than 35mm film. The Epic’s signature feature is its Mysterium sensor, which can record 14-megapixel images at a rate of 120 per second.
Stills photographers might not fancy wielding one of these at a wedding, or for holiday photos, but Red calls …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

Business booster

Nokia has announced the NFC hub, a tool to help businesses develop NFC orientated marketing campaigns.
The idea behind NFC hub is to make it easier to use the technology and as such encourage businesses to take advantage of the marketing potential it offers.?
NFC hub offers things like custom made business cards, stickers and posters, all with NFC incorporated. These can then be connected up to social media and allow those interested to do things like send a tweet or like a product, all via NFC.
It is an affordable way …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

Though it’s short on conversation

The future is here. Images of Total Recall’s Johnny Cab abound as we take a glimpse of London’s first full-sized remote controlled taxi.
Brainchild of engineering wizard Dr. James Brighton, rather than competing with real-life taxi drivers, it marks the launch of “Driving Wars”, a brand new extreme driving show due to be shown on Dave on Wednesday, 19 October.
The team has apparently spent 2 months working on the cab, which is controlled via a hand-held console. “For a ‘gadget’ weighing just shy of 2 tonnes …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

Headphone volume shutter release

The iPhone 4S, although externally mostly unchanged from the iPhone 4, has plenty of surprises under the hood, not least its improved camera. Along with the improved camera there’s also a nice improvement to go alongside with the addition of iOS 5 (clearly also available on the iPhone 4): the ability to take pictures via the volume control on your headphones.
iOS 5 brings all manner of features, most of which we’ve covered in our extensive review; we already knew that there was a new shortcut to the …

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[15 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

A bad week for RIM

It’s not been a great week for BlackBerry, and with the launch of the iPhone 4S, along with all the fandom that goes with it, the news that many BlackBerry users would potentially opt for an iPhone as a direct result of Blackberry’s service problems couldn’t come at a worse time.
According to a survey by shopping comparison site Kelkoo, 62 per cent of mobile consumers surveyed would be going for the iPhone option over BlackBerry.
“Amongst the 1,075 existing Blackberry users surveyed, almost one …