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IFA 2015: What We Know So Far
At the IFA trade show in the beginning of next month, Samsung Electronics and Motorola Mobility plan to show their new smartwatches, Sony will try to convince that remains competitive in the smartphone market and LG will demonstrate its expertise the fruits of its investments in OLED TVs. >>>
Acer Liquid Z410 And Liquid Jade Z Phones Released
Acer is bringing two large and unlocked phones for those not wanting to spend a lot to avoid a carrier contract. >>>
Apple Debuts at the Number Two Spot In Wearables Market, Behind Fibit
In its first appearance in the wearables market, Apple finds itself within striking distance of the established market leader, Fitbit, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker. >>>
Microsoft's Lumia 950 and 950 XL Windows 10 Smartphones Leaked Online
Pictures and information about Microsoft's upcoming flagship Lumia 950 and 950 XL devices have hit the web. >>>
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Nero Wins Patent Dispute With JVC Kenwood  
The US Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Nero is not punishable for patent infringement. JVC Kenwood Corp. had filed suit against Nero and other software providers in the state of California in 2012, claiming that the software makers' copying and burning solutions were allowing patents to be infringed. After the federal circuit court rejected the complaint, JVC sought an appeal to no avail.  >>>
Licensing Ultra HD Blu-ray Format To Start This Month  
Nero TuneItUp Gets Windows-based PCs Back In Shape  
CyberLink Media Suite 13 Includes Popular Multimedia Software   
CD Ripping Is Illegal In The U.K Again  
 PC Parts
ASUS Announces TUF Sabertooth Z170 Mark 1 Motherboard  
ASUS today announced TUF Sabertooth Z170 Mark 1, a tough new ATX motherboard with many exclusive TUF features, including TUF Thermal Armor and TUF Fortifier technologies, TUF ICe, TUF Thermal Radar 2 and TUF Detective 2 for ultimate cooling, strength and easy monitoring and control.  >>>
IDC Expects Steeper PC Shipment Decline For 2015  
Toshiba Exec Sees 128TB SSDs in 2018  
AMD Showcases Graphics, Energy Efficient Computing and Die-Stacking Technologies At Hot Chips  
LG Upgrades The G Pad 10.1 Tablet  
Huawei Honor Phones Coming To Europe  
Huawei Technologies brought its 'Honor' mobile phone brand to Europe on Thursday with the launch of the Honor 7, a handset that has chalked up sales of more than 1.5 million in China since June.  >>>
Nokia Agrees on 'Shanghai Bell' Joint Venture with China Huaxin  
Apple To Announce New iPhones In Sept.9 Event  
LG Develops Full-Size Keyboard For Pockets  
ARCHOS Diamond S, 50 Cesium and 50e Helium Smarphones Coming At IFA  
YouTube Gaming Site Launched  
YouTube today launched its spin-off platform for video gamers - YouTube Gaming. The app and website is focusing exclusively on gaming content, with a greater emphasis on live steams.  >>>
Nintendo Patent Filing Desribes New Game Console  
Nintendo Cuts Price Of 2DS  
Xbox App Update On Windows 10 Brings High-res Game Streaming  
Nintendo 3DS Update Brings Nintendo Network ID and Miiverse  
 Digital Cameras
New Camera-Lens Optical Element Enables Extremely High Levels of Chromatic Aberration Correction  
Canon has developed Blue Spectrum Refractive (BR), a new optical element for use in camera lenses that corrects chromatic aberrations at an extremely high level to achieve superb imaging performance.  >>>
Olympus OM-D E-M10 II Camera Released  
Kingston Releases 512GB SDXC UHS-I Cards  
Sony Eliminates Mechanical Filter From Infrared Cameras  
Nokia Releases The OZO Virtual Reality Camera for Professionals  


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