Best Buy product page Motorola's Moto 360 smart watch has the potential to shape the wearable market for the future, and will certainly be its most defining product to date. The wait for the 360 is almost over, Motorola has scheduled a launch event for the device in Chicago on September 4th. However, we are an impatient bunch here at MobileBurn and want information now; luckily they are also impatient at Best Buy too. The US based retailer has posted a product listing for the Moto 360 that shows off the devices already well known design, but also sheds some light on its features and price.
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Apple phones prove harder to hack than Android | The Journal Gazette
So its vital that these features reach average users. The Gamma Group, with headquarters in Germany and Britain, did not respond to an email requesting comment and has kept quiet generally in the week since a Twitter account with the obviously bogus name Phineas Fisher@GammaGroupPR first appeared online. (Many of the documents also are posted on Netzpolitik.org, a German site that promotes digital civil rights.) The files include price lists for various surveillance products FinSpy can cost governments nearly $4 million as well as detailed descriptions of other spy tools and a 126-page user manual for FinSpy. Researchers and journalists combing through some of the leaked documents also have found evidence that FinSpy had been used against lawyers and activists in Bahrain. ProPublica reported it has been deployed on computers in the United States, Britain, Russia and many other countries as well. Yet the user manual and other documents make clear that even powerful, expensive spyware such as FinSpy have their limits. Thats why the choice of smartphones matters.
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Sony Debuts Ultra-Compact ?5100 Interchangeable Lens Camera with Impressive Autofocus -- SAN DIEGO, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
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Android, iOS Crush Rivals as Windows Phone Dips | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
HD Video Performance The versatile 5100 supports full HD video shooting in AVCHD as well as the XAVC S2 codec, which records video at a high data rate of 50 Mbps with advanced compression for impressive video quality. XAVC S paired with the advanced focusing system of the 5100 makes for a compelling HD video shooting solution that only a select number of cameras in market today mirrorless or DSLR can offer. Additionally, with the power of the BIONZ X processor, the camera is able to read, process and output data from all of the sensor's pixels during video recording, ensuring that it produces the highest quality video possible by eliminating aliasing, moire and false color artifacts. The new camera also features dual video recording, allowing it to simultaneously record two files one more in Full HD (AVCHD or XAVC S) and the other in lower resolution MP4 format to a single installed SD card2. This gives videographers a high-quality file for viewing on large screens or working on in post-processing, as well as a smaller, lower data-rate version that is ideal for uploading and sharing. Design, Controls, Wi-Fi and New Accessories The compact new mirrorless camera features a high resolution 921k dot WhiteMagic LCD screen that can tilt a full 180 degrees upright, ideal for self-portraits. On top of the camera body, there's a zoom lever for convenient one-handed camera operation and a handy pop-up flash for tough lighting conditions. The 5100 camera has built-in Wi-Fi, giving consumers one-touch connection with Xperia or NFC-compatible Android smartphones or tablets for instant image transfer and sharing. A single touch also activates Smart Remote Control, giving users a live image preview through their compatible smartphone or tablet, and allowing them to use the smart device to release the camera's shutter. For devices without NFC one-touch capabilities, users can wirelessly transfer images and videos and activate Smart Remote Control through Sony's free PlayMemories Mobile application, available for the iOS and Android platforms. The camera is also compatible with downloadable Sony PlayMemories Camera Apps, adding a range of exciting and creative capabilities. Currently there are a total of 10 different applications available with several others to be released this spring. Learn more at www.sony.net/pmca . New accessories that are compatible with the 5100 camera include the style-matching LCS-EBD body case available in three color variations as well as the compact, easy-to-carry RM-SPR1 remote. Pricing and Availability The Sony 5100 compact interchangeable lens camera will be available in September 2014 in black and white in a kit with a compact, versatile 16-50mm motorized zoom lens (model SELP1650) for about $700, or as body-only for about $550.
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