Posts Tagged: "flash"

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Misfit Flash Adds Style To Your Workouts

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Not all sport trackers excel in the looks department. Sure, they’re job is to record your fitness data and sleep patterns and not win a fashion contest, but still, you’d like them at least to look good on your wrist, right? Misfit realized that people actually wanted stylish tech accessories...

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Nova Off-Camera Wireless Flash for the iPhone Review

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martphone cameras have steadily become more sophisticated and equal in technology to their stand-alone brethren. But one place where they still falter is when it comes to illuminating the image being shot. The flash on a stand-alone is large enough to cover a moderate distance and easily overpowers the pinpoint...

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iBlazr Is A Better Flash For Your Smartphone Or Tablet

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If you use your smartphone to take photos, you may have noticed that there are a few drawbacks to your snapshots, not the least of which is that most smartphone flashes are terrible. It’s not really their fault; they cram a lot into a small space and as a result...

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Seagate SSHD Thin 500GB Hybrid Solid State Storage Drive Review

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I have a buddy who refuses to sully his system with the dirty temptation of “those shiny new solid state storage drives”. In truth he can’t figure out the best use scenario for one he could actually afford–not to mention the drives’ sobering storage limitations. This is an idea shared by many system builders. SSD storage...

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Flash 10.2 Release Date And A List Of Supported Devices

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It wasn’t a question of if Flash 10.2 would be arriving on Android devices, but when.  And that date is now March 18th according to Adobe, which will support Android 2.2 (Froyo) and 2.3 (Gingerbread) devices which meet the Flash Player hardware system requirements, and a beta release for Android...

See Flash On A Nexus One…Crash (video)

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[GR]0y7XJI4NN7k[/GR] The Adobe flash debate wages on.  Is it a practical technology for mobile devices to deliver an immersive experience or just a battery suck that can be replaced by the more efficient and Jobs’ favorite, HTML5? Ryan Stewart, a Flash evangelist, showed off Flash working on the Nexus One...

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Dell Flash Smartphone Is Constructed Of Glass

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With all these Dell leaks, only this one can run at the speed of sound. The Dell Flash is certainly the fanciest of the leaked handsets, being constructed out of an 11mm thick slice of “curved glass” and runs on a custom Android “Froyo” OS. It features a 3.5-inch WVGA...