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You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars on a laptop for gaming because even the best gaming laptops under $800 are capable enough to run all the latest games.
The camera’s 180-degree field of vision is the widest angle of all the ADT cameras, and it has PIR motion-sensing technology and night vision. When it detects motion, or when
“Metaverse” has become a buzzword with Facebook reportedly planning a name change to reflect its focus on the concept. Chinese tech giants are also eyeing the metaverse. Tencent, ByteDance, and
Nikon has released its third—of four—teasers for its upcoming Z9 mirrorless camera system. In this latest teaser, Nikon shows off the sports-oriented autofocus and hints at the frame rate of
Tesla said its production in China has “ramped up well,” with Shanghai remaining the company’s primary export hub. Tesla’s Shanghai Gigafactory now produces more cars than its Fremont, CA, factory.
Shares of China Evergrande have plunged as much as 14% after its deal to sell a $2.6 billion stake in a key unit fell through. Evergrande shares were suspended for
Sony Semiconductor has published technical specs of the IMX472, a Four Thirds format Stacked CMOS sensor that can be read-out at full bit-depth at up to 120 fps. The super-fast
TV networks are hoping for a return to normalcy after a turbulent 2020. Advertisers will spend $19.90 billion upfront in the 2021-2022 TV season, an increase of 7.6% over the
DxO has announced the latest versions of DxO PhotoLab and DxO FilmPack. DxO PhotoLab 5 features improved Control Point functionality and new ways to adjust images, more efficient DeepPRIME implementation,