Day: November 26, 2012

Colour camera for Palms to ship

Colour camera for Palms to ship Kodak has announced its PalmPix digital camera. PalmPix is an accessory for Palm m100s, it lets the m100 take colour digital-pictures – it also enables images to be transferred via infra red to other m100 users. The device costs £68 and is both Mac and PC compatible. It captures full resolution VGA pictures, which can be viewed in greyscale on the Palm’s screen. Once images are downloaded to the Mac they can be accessed as either JPEG or PICT files. The product ships with image editing software. PalmPix has a 2x digital zoom,...

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Six Mins of FFXV Gameplay Plus New Details Leaked: Realistic Dynamic Day Night Cycle, Rain Effect, Enemies And More

Six Mins of FFXV Gameplay Plus New Details Leaked: Realistic Dynamic Day Night Cycle, Rain Effect, Enemies And More Square Enix has surprised Final Fantasy series fans with first look at Final Fantasy XV demo. It was showcased during live streaming of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD in Japanese and this is what attendees had to say about things they saw. The demo that was showcased doesn’t seem to be Duscae, and instead it take place from E3 2013 trailer where they fought Behemoth. Rain effects are pretty impressive and close to realistic as places under objects don’t get wet...

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Intel invests in Taiwanese chip packager

Intel invests in Taiwanese chip packager The investment arm of chip maker Intel has agreed to invest $65 million in Powertech Technology, a Taiwanese chip assembler that specialises in flash memory and DRAM (dynamic RAM). Intel Capital said the funds, along with capital from other investors Powertech expects to bring on board, will be used as working capital to support the continued growth of its operations. Intel is an active customer of Powertech, it said in a statement, and led the round of financing for Powertech. The announcement came as no surprise in Taiwan, where Chinese-language media had been...

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Apple leads pack while Dell customer rating falls

Apple leads pack while Dell customer rating falls US consumers criticised Dell for poor customer service in a survey conducted last quarter, sending the world’s largest PC vendor into a virtual tie with the rest of the PC market behind the industry-leading efforts of Apple. For the second year in a row, Apple received the best rating from PC buyers in the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), said David Van Amburg, general manager of the ACSI. The University of Michigan compiles the ACSI in numerous product categories by randomly calling US residents and surveying their buying habits, he said....

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