If so, rejoice. Nikon has announce its newest offering in the crowded digital SLR arena. The new D800 promises to be the new king of the hill with 36 megapixel imaging and broadcast-quality video capabilities.
We’ve been playing with Motorola’s latest Android smartphone for about two weeks now. What we’ve found is a powerful package with lots of geeky features, but lacking in a couple of very important areas.
The Motorola MB855 Photon 4G is an Android-powered phone for the Sprint network (also known as the Electrify if purchased through U.S. Cellular). Under the hood it features a dual-core processor with 1 gig of RAM, 2 gig of ROM and 16 gig of on-board storage. Power is provided by a removable 1700 mAh battery- that means you can yak constantly for up to 10 hours. The Photon was officially released August 2011.
2012 marks the centennial year of the famous Danish architect and designer Finn Juhl. At the United Nations headquarters in New York, the Trusteeship Council Chamber, one of Danish designer Finn Juhl’s major works, is currently being renovated.
Online computer backups and file sync come together with Mozy Stash.
The idea is a file on your computer is safely stored in the cloud and immediately accessible from mobile devices and any other computers you have configured for Stash. So a file at work is available at home.
Honda delivered a 2013 Fit EV battery-electric vehicle to the city of Torrance today as one of the first major steps in the Honda Electric Vehicle Demonstration Program, a prelude to the retail market launch of the Fit EV with customers in California and Oregon this summer. Continue reading “Honda Delivers 2013 Fit EV”