The long rumoured spring Apple event looks like it will take place on 15 March. Cupertino is expected to announce several new devices, along with new bands for the Apple Watch. That being said, Apple itself has not officially confirmed the date; although industry sources say that the information is accurate.
Usually, Samsung’s regional SEA Forum event is a showcase for everything that was announced at the global CES event. This year, it was pretty much the same: we saw the new SUHD TVs, the cool Family Hub Refrigerator, and the new Galaxy TabPro S.
Things took an exciting turn when we entered the B2B hall.
Xiaomi is headed to Mobile World Congress with a showcase for the first time this year. The company has announced that it will be holding an invitation-only preview of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 5 smartphone on 24 February. the kicker to this announcement is that it will happen on the same day as the official launch of the Mi 5 in Beijing.
It’s not often that we see genuinely interesting technology-related exhibitions on this side of the world. Since late last year, Singapore’s ArtScience Museum has been changing that with its ongoing exhibition on the Large Hadron Collider called “Collider: The World’s Greatest Experiment”. Naturally, we had to take a look.
Nikon revealed two new DSLR cameras at Consumer Electronics Show 2016 (CES), the D500 and the D5. The D5 is Nikon’s most powerful camera to date, and has a 20.8 megapixel full-frame sensor, 153-point autofocus and an extended sensitivity ISO of 3,280,000. It also has a 12-fps continuous shooting mode and an EXPEED 5 image processor, as well as shooting 4K videos at 30 FPS. Additonally, the D5 sports a 20.8 megapixel full-frame sensor and a 3.2-inch, 2.36 million-dot LCD touchscreen.