If you, like majority of mobile phone users out there, can’t stand the idea of a protruding rear camera on your smartphone, Samsung might have the solution to that. The company just announced the mass production of its latest image sensor that is the “industry’s first 1.0 micron pixel-based 16MP CMOS image sensor.
Now that Google Photos is a couple of months old and doing quite well, it looks like the company is finally ready to shut down the previous Google+ Photos. Google recently made a Google+ announcement that on 1 August 2015, they will shut down Google+ Photos for Android, iOS and the web.
Google’s new Photos app has made great strides in facial and object recognition. So much so that the system itself is able to sort images according to categories without user input. However, nothing is perfect, as computer programmer Jacky Alcine discovered after he was tagged as being a gorilla in several photos.
Like every other trade show, one of the undeniable attractions of Computex is with the bevy of beauties tending the booths of the show floors. These ladies aren’t just there to smile for the camera and attendees, but they are trained to understand the products they are promoting – in some ways, they serve as product specialists throughout the five-day event.
Of course, it’s a rather subjective matter whether gaining brand visibility via such traditional methods is still socially acceptable these days, but in a male-driven industry it appears this trend will not be ending anytime soon – at least not at Computex. Without further ado, here are some of the best shots we’ve curated of the booth babes of Computex 2015.
Virtual reality is neat but it is not easy to come out with VR contents as usually requires custom camera rigs. Since Google is very much into VR through its Google Cardboard platform, the company apparently has decided to tackle this issue with something that called as Jump which was just announced a short time ago during Google I/O 2015’s keynote.