Archivi giornalieri: 28/04/2012
Piccoli inconvenienti per Nikon che sta prontamente procedendo alla sostituzione di alcune delle batterie utilizzate nelle fotocamere D7000, D800, D800E e 1V1. Il problema pare legato ad un possibile surriscaldamento durante l’utilizzo, senza nessun caso eclatante sino ad ora conosciuto e un livello di precauzione della casa giapponese davvero apprezzabile. Per tutti i possessori di queste fotocamere comunichiamo che non tutte le batterie potrebbero essere affette da questo malfunzionamento, ma solo e soltanto quelle con la sigla EN-EL15 (presente sul dorso come mostrato nell’immagine sotto) appartenenti ad uno specifico lotto.
The next version of Google’s Android OS, which will be Android 5.0 is rumored to be codenamed Android Jelly Bean, and it is rumored to launch some time in quarter three of 2012.
It looks like the GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus may be the first handset to get the Android 5.0 Jelly Bean update, the information regarding the update comes from a crash log that refers to a mysterious software profile called ‘takju’ which was discovered by the guys from Android Police.
We still don’t have any official confirmation from Google on when Android 5.0 Jelly Bean will launch, and we suspect we will have to wait a couple of months to get confirmation.
Dropbox has this week enabled a new feature on its service which follows on from the roll out of their Android app back in February, that automatically uploaded images directly to your Dropbox account.
Now Dropbox has enabled the automatic service to work with just about any camera, tablet, SD card or smartphone. Making storing your images and memories to your Cloud storage even easier. Dropbox explains the implementation of the new service:
“Getting pictures off your camera has always been a huge pain. So we put our heads down and worked worked worked to ensure that automatic upload would play nicely with anything that might have a photo or video on it. With the newest version for Mac or Windows, you can just plug your camera, phone, or SD card into your computer and with a few clicks of the mouse all your photos and videos are in your Dropbox!”.
Once uploaded your photographs, Dropbox has also designed a new Photos page for your to be able to view them from, and also provides you with the date and clicking will make them full-size and then allow you to download or share your photos easily with Dropbox new linking feature. Enjoy!
The guys over at the Verge have got their hands on some press shots of RIM’s latest BlackBerry smartphone, the BlackBerry Curve 9320, the device is designed for the budget and emerging markets.
RIM has yet to officially announce the new BlackBerry Curve 9320, so we don’t have the full specifications, what we do know is that it will comer with a physical QWERTY keyboard and will run BlackBerry OS 7.1.
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is expected to be officially announced next week, as soon as we get some more information, including the handsets full specifications, and some pricing we will let you guys know.
Source The Verge
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