The Handheld Group is a leading manufacturer of rugged mobile computers and tablets. The latest addition to the company’s lineup of devices is the ALGIZ 8X tablet computer. The device is suitable for those who work in the field and require a durable computer to complete their tasks. It has an 8-inch projective capacitive touchscreen that is ultra-bright. This makes it great for outdoor use. Even in the sun, the images on the tablet will be clear. The rain is not a problem for this tablet either. Users can enable the rain mode or glove mode and complete their work even when the weather is less than perfect.
The ALGIZ 8X is protected by chemically strengthened glass. This [...]
Adobe introduced plenty of new features to its Lightroom iOS app last year. The Android version of the app, sadly, didn’t receive any of the additional features in the past months, but a recent update should make those using the app on their Android devices happy, as it now features more than the iOS version.
Among the new features that have been added to Lightroom for Android is the ability to shoot RAW photos, which are saved in the DNG format. This option won’t be available for all smartphones, but more recent devices should be able to handle it without any major problem.
Outside the RAW photo shooting, Lightroom for Android now comes with all the [...]
According to reports, Microsoft is planning on recalling the power cord that came with Surface Pro devices that are previous to the Pro 4 that was released last year. The issue can come up with devices that were sold before July 15, 2015. It seems that the reason is an overheating issue that can cause the AC power cable to trigger a fire. The risk is quite high especially if the cable is damaged. According to Channelnomics Europe, Microsoft will release a statement on Friday, at 6 A.M. Pacific Time concerning the voluntary recall of AC power cables for the company’s Surface Pro, Pro 2, and Pro 3 models that were sold prior to the aforementioned date.
After the [...]
The new iPhone 7 has yet to be revealed in full, but it seems Apple has been experimenting with some very innovative features that might be added to the upcoming new smartphone model, according to what has been spotted in the code of the latest iOS update.
According to AppleInsider, the iOS 9.1 code includes a mention of “LiFiCapability” alongside other capability declarations. Current iPhone models don’t support the technology so there’s the chance that Apple is experimenting with it for inclusion in future iPhone models.
Li-Fi technology is a revolutionary system which allows data to be transmitted by modulating a light source, not unlike TV [...]