Apple Patents A Wireless Action Camera And Wrist-Based Remote

Apple has been awarded a patent by the USPTO based on IP it acquired from Kodak in a deal from 2013, which details a remote digital camera system that can be controlled from a smartwatch (Apple Watch fantasists should note that this patent was originally created in 2012).

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Apple Patents A Wireless Action Camera And Wrist-Based Remote

Apple has been awarded a patent by the USPTO based on IP it acquired from Kodak in a deal from 2013, which details a remote digital camera system that can be controlled from a smartwatch (Apple Watch fantasists should note that this patent was originally created in 2012).

Apple Is Looking At Facial Recognition For Easing Photo-Sharing

Perhaps taking a leaf out of Facebook’s playbook, Apple is looking at ways to automatically share photographs with the people being snapped, according to a new patent filing. Read More

Apple Patents Snap-On Game Controller And Keyboard Accessories For iPhone

Apple has a new patent (via AppleInsider) that covers modular accessories for mobile devices like the iPhone, which include a physical gamepad with action buttons, D-pads and analog joysticks; a QWERTY hardware keyboard for typing; additional camera, speaker and microphone units; and even a full,

Xiaomi Launches Mi Note Phablet To Fight The iPhone 6 Plus

Xiaomi, the Chinese company that recently became the world’s most valuable startup (depending on your definition of startup), took the wraps off its latest phone in Beijing today… and the comparisons to Apple are likely to flow once again. Read More

Phones Go Back To The Future

I'm no fan of LG's rear smartphone control keys -- but turns out the company had its finger on the pulse of looming hardware disruption when it ushered in those backside smartphone controls last summer, with the G2. The back of the smartphone is becoming a space to watch. Read More

With Software Eating Hardware, Silicon Valley Enters “Hard” Times

Software’s inevitable dominance is something of an axiom in Silicon Valley, where Marc Andreessen once famously wrote that it was “eating the world.” Software companies like Microsoft, Google and Facebook are among the world’s most iconic and valuable,

How to Get Useful Buying Information From Tech Rumors

Next week, Samsung, Motorola, and Apple are all dropping new products. You might have seen a ton of contradictory rumors all around the internet, most of which are probably false. Here's how to actually use tech rumors to make better purchasing decisions.Read more...

iPad Pro Rumor Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

Steve Jobs famously shunned the idea of an iPad Mini. (He was kind of right .) But what about an iPad Mega? What about a bigger, better iPad for people who want more out of a tablet? Obviously, iPad Mega is a terrible name, but it’s not a terrible idea.

Why It's Often Easier To Innovate In China Than In The United States

About a year and a half ago, I discovered this $12 “Gongkai” cell phone (pictured above) in the markets of Shenzhen, China. My most striking impression was that Chinese entrepreneurs had relatively unfettered access to cutting-edge technology, enabling start-ups to innovate while bootstrapping.

Here Is Everything You Hate About Technology

We asked recently asked Gizmodo’s readers about their biggest frustrations with technology today. Your answers were smart, poignant, sad, funny, and so compelling that we had to compile them.Read more...

Solana, a blockchain platform followed by top crypto investors, says it’s a lot faster than Ethereum

Solana isn’t known yet outside of the crypto community. But insiders think the blockchain platform is interesting for a wide variety of reasons, beginning with its amiable founder, Anatoly Yakovenko,

Extra Crunch roundup: Selling SaaS to developers, cracking YC after 13 tries, all about Expensify

In an exclusive TechCrunch exposé, a founder shares the key lessons he learned while steering his startup through YC’s stringent selection process.

Daily Crunch: Stripe buys Y Combinator alum Bouncer for undisclosed sum

Hello friends and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package.

Google’s ‘DVD Screensaver’ Easter egg makes the logo bounce around your screen accordingly

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a good Easter egg out of Google. Not too long ago it felt like someone would discover a new hidden gag in Google’s products every few weeks. The company cranked them out like it was their job. While we haven’t seen as many new ones pop up lately, […]

New Relic’s business remodel will leave new CEO with work to do

We decided to dig into the company's financials to see just what challenges Bill Staples might face as he moves into the corner office.

California Gov. Newsom proposes $3.2B in EV investment as part of economic recovery package

California Governor Gavin Newsom, a vocal proponent of electric vehicles, on Friday debuted a new proposal that would earmark $3.2 billion to boost EV infrastructure and adoption in the state. “This is a big deal,” Newsom said at a press conference Friday.

As M&A accelerates, deal-makers are leveraging AI and ML to keep pace

Using AI and ML to cut out the labor-intensive parts of M&A both speeds the process and reduces the time-consuming tasks that lead to burnout in the industry.

Clinkle Ditches Its Soured App Name For “Treats,” Refocuses On P2P Discounts

Not since Color has a startup been as widely laughed at as the troubled Stanford payments startup Clinkle. So it’s little surprise that the company has changed the name of its app to “Treats”, as well as its direction. After seeing the company’s site had rebranded,

Carrot Hunger Is An App That Shames You Into Eating Healthier

Brian Mueller’s Carrot suite of apps have become popular by sadistically pushing users into better behaviors. The latest is Carrot Hunger, an artificially intelligent calorie counter that will shame or reward you for your eating habits.

500 Startups-Backed Italist Is Like Shopping The Streets Of Italy, But Online

Despite the brand recognition of Italian luxury fashion brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, and Valentino, there is no online aggregation of exclusively Italian luxury fashion. 500 Startups-backed Italist is trying to change that. The Italian luxury fashion retail market is worth $21 billion,



mvc的真实含义 - 浪漫在雨中

MVC是一个设计模式,它强制性的使应用程序的输入、处理和输出分开。使用MVC应用程序被分成三个核心部件:模型(M)、视图(V)、控制器(C),它们各自处理自己的任务。视图 : 视图是用户看到并与之交互的界面。



山寨之王!永諾將推出廉價 Nikon 鏡頭

中國廠商最厲害就是山寨能力,而且也偶有佳作。早前深圳廠商永諾的山寨版 EF 50mm f/1.8 得到了不錯的評價,他們今年更將會推出 Nikon 版本的廉價鏡頭。繼續閱讀了解更多。The post 山寨之王!



Inbox is finally coming to Google Apps accounts, but there's a catch

Google Inbox wants to reinvent the email app, but it has been hampered by a lack of support for Google Apps, meaning work accounts have been unable to use the service.That changes on Monday. Google is expanding Inbox to include Google Apps for Work accounts.


专家在国际论坛上表示,中国能够率先利用资本市场来实现绿色增长 上海2015年5月19日电 /美通社/ -- 今日在上海举行的国际论坛上,专家们表示中国能够向世界率先示范如何利用创新型资本市场工具向低碳经济转型。




杭州2015年11月10日电 /美通社/ -- 2015年11月6号,艾森生物科学公司(ACEA Biosciences, Inc.)宣布成功融资3000万美元。该资金由礼来亚洲基金和启明创投共同投资。



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