Canon Middle East announced on Tuesday the expansion of its Cinema EOS System, launching two prime lenses for its EF Cinema Lens line-up. The new lenses include the CN-E 14mm T3.1 LF and the CN-E 135mm T2.2 LF. This launch puts takes the EF Cinema Lens portfolio up to nine models. Both of the new… Read more »
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In response to the growing demand for high-speed mobile internet, HTC on Wednesday announced the UAE launch of the One SV smartphone, the first device in the HTC One family to feature 4G LTE technology. The firm said that the One SV was the newest “superfast” handset in its product mix, and that, like the… Read more »
Canon’s EOS 60D comes as a replacement for the EOS 50D, which was a solid, semi-pro digital SLR that came with some nifty features and plenty of reliability. The 50D was also the follow-up to the extremely well-received EOS 40D. The new 60D, then, has got an impressive bloodline. Canon has made good use of… Read more »
Every now and then a piece of technology comes along that you just can’t put down – this was one of those pieces. With a large, beautiful, slim keyboard supporting a 15.6 inch screen and the solid Windows 7 systems available at the touch of a button, the Acer Aspire M Touch is a fantastic… Read more »
With the release of its Asha phones, Nokia said that mobile internet need not cost an arm and a leg. Of course, everyone would love to have access to all of the features and perks of a flagship smartphone, but there’s no reason why cheaper phones can’t do the essentials, too, the brand implied. Thanks… Read more »
The idea of controlling a home’s electronics from a remote location is not a new one. However, such systems are, traditionally, notoriously expensive, and often have to be installed by proper professionals. What’s more, those who do try to control every power outlet in their homes with an iPad app often find that the system… Read more »
During an age of stylish smartphones, tidy tablets, and luxurious laptops, we’re spoilt for innovative, handheld, mobile treats. However, as great as the selection is, these devices come at a cost.
CommScope has introduced a pre-terminated copper connectivity solution designed to provide quick and easy deployment of large-scale cabling infrastructures in data centers as well as provide a future migration path to higher performance systems.
As part of the LANmark Fibre range, Nexans has introduced Slimflex fibre patch cords, specifically designed for environments with increasing port density, such as the data centre.
We find out if a 41 mega pixel camera is good enough to help Nokia make its comeback
Nokia yesterday announced the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Nokia Lumia 820, the first in Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 range.