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Google to bring net access to Africa using blimps, masts and satellites

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Search giant to bring wi-fi to remote African regions in emerging markets wi-fi roll-outGoogle is planning to develop high-speed wireless networks in sub-Saharan Africa with the help of high-altitude balloons that can transmit signals across hundreds of square miles.The internet search giant is already running high-speed fibre networks in Utah,...
Google to bring net access to Africa using blimps, masts and satellites

Kodak cuts another 1,000 jobs as part of $330 million cost saving strategy

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Kodak, the former photography giant that is struggling to keep its head above water after filing for bankruptcy protection in January, has today cut another 1,000 jobs as part of a $330 million cost saving strategy. The company has also announced new executive appointments, who will be tasked with improving its commercial, packaging...
Kodak cuts another 1,000 jobs as part of $330 million cost saving strategy
Kinect LiveAR concept lets iPad users get in on the action (video)
Funding daily: Print out a wacky design in 3-D
Ambarella enables video cameras with crazy 4K video resolution
An acquisition is always a failure
Looxcie's Newest Wearable Camera Finally Makes The Leap To HD

Olympus OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera review

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Olympus OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera preview (video) Cameras, Olympus OM-D E-M5 five-axis sensor-shift image stabilization hands-on (video) Olympus OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera to ship on March 31st? (update: now April) Stepping across the great DSLR divide into the land of mirrorless cameras always requires some...
Olympus OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera review

Digital lighting: Here come the wireless, smart bulbs

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Everything’s going digital — and clearly lighting will one day be all digital, too. But before that day comes, there’s been an emergence of startups, company experiments, and DIY-ers making early versions of smart bulbs and digital lighting systems. On Monday a company called GreenWave Reality launched the next-generation of...
Digital lighting: Here come the wireless, smart bulbs

Panasonic AG-AC90 professional camcorder: three CMOS sensors in a handheld package for $2,250

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While filmakers have gone gaga over huge sensor'd video cameras, there's still a need for smaller chips and pro features -- to that end, Panasonic has just announced the AG-AC90 AVCCAM. Destined for event and corporate users, it features three smallish 1/4.7-inch CMOS sensors ("3MOS" in company-speak), a 12X...
Panasonic AG-AC90 professional camcorder: three CMOS sensors in a handheld package for $2,250

Google lifts the kimono on what goes on behind search, releases uncut video of meeting

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In what I’ve noticed to be an about-face for Google, the entire company has become more open and social in the past six months. These changes have happened ever since Larry Page was named CEO and Google+ was released. There’s more than meets the eye to these changes, and it...
Google lifts the kimono on what goes on behind search, releases uncut video of meeting

Body Cameras Will Put Law Officers Under Scrutiny

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Taser International's plans to aggressively sell small body-mounted video cameras to law enforcement agencies will mean more videos of police shootings will show up online. Some police find it strange to have the scrutiny. Others see a benefit from the public watching them in their actual surroundings, rather than through...
Body Cameras Will Put Law Officers Under Scrutiny

Web-connected cars bring privacy concerns

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BARCELONA -- Cars will soon be so linked into wireless networks they will be like giant rolling smartphones -- with calling systems, streaming video, cameras and apps capable of harnessing the unprecedented trove of data vehicles will produce about themselves and the humans who drive them. Read full article >>...
Web-connected cars bring privacy concerns
Eye-Fi fattens up its storage on photo wireless memory cards for same price

Ion Jumps Into Action With New Line of HD Sports Video Cameras

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If your idea of fun involves barreling down a mountain on a bike or hurling yourself into massive-size waves, then you might want to take note of new video camera that will help record all your adrenaline-filled adventures. A company called Ion Worldwide released a new line of HD sports...
Ion Jumps Into Action With New Line of HD Sports Video Cameras

Six3 wants to shake up cross-platform video messaging

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iPhone app looking to provide a friendlier alternative to MMSApps including Skype, Tango and Apple's FaceTime have brought the buzz back to live video-chatting, with the availability of fast Wi-Fi networks making the idea much more appealing than the early days of 3G-powered video calls. But how about mobile video...
Six3 wants to shake up cross-platform video messaging
Looxcie's Lifecasting Mobile Apps Graduate From Beta With Nifty Facebook Integration In Tow

Police to wear video cameras on sunglasses

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It's not quite Google Glass, but police in Laurel, Md., have decided it's time they started filming the public, just like the public films them. [Read more]...
Police to wear video cameras on sunglasses

500 Startups alumnus Switchcam moves into public beta with its multi-camera video creation service

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500 Startups alumnus Switchcam is now in public beta. The company announced the news today and says that it’s aimed at bringing its multi-camera video creation service to the masses. Backed by Mark Cuban and 500 Startups, Switchcam is also part of the inaugural class of Turner Broadcasting’s Media Camp...
500 Startups alumnus Switchcam moves into public beta with its multi-camera video creation service

Return to Antikythera: what divers discovered in the deep

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Divers revisiting the wreck in Greece where an ancient computer was found have discovered an array of artefacts• Antikythera shipwreck: treasures from the deep - in picturesDivers returning to the site of an ancient wreck off the Greek island of Antikythera have found artefacts scattered over a wide area of...
Return to Antikythera: what divers discovered in the deep

Cyberwar in Iran Comes Home to U.S. Banks. Is Anyone Surprised?

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It’s a fundamental truth of warfare than when you attack your enemy, you open yourself up to a retaliatory attack of some kind. It’s true enough in the real world, and now true in realm of cyber warfare as well. For it appears to have been a retaliatory action by...
Cyberwar in Iran Comes Home to U.S. Banks. Is Anyone Surprised?

Who needs Diggnation? Revision3 growing without its star show

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The glory days of Diggnation may be over, but that isn’t stopping Revision3, the company that distributed the hit podcast for years. Even without what was thought to be its anchor program, the company is expanding. Today the firm announced the opening of a New York office, and the hiring...
Who needs Diggnation? Revision3 growing without its star show
Kodak to cease production of digital cameras to focus on more profitable products

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is in talks with Google to develop a new autopilot system for its electric cars

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Entrepreneur and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has revealed today that he’s been in talks with Google to develop an ‘autopilot’ function for his company’s electric cars. Bloomberg reports that Musk has been in discussions with Google over “self-driving technology” currently being developed over at Tesla Motors. The entrepreneur was...
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is in talks with Google to develop a new autopilot system for its electric cars
Euclid, The "Google Analytics For The Real World," Partners With Aruba, Aerohive, Xirrus & Others To Make Customer Tracking Sensor-Free

Call for More Video Cameras Spotlights Debate on Use

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Video cameras played a critical role in helping authorities track suspects in this week’s Boston bombings. Now calls for increased camera surveillance in the U.S. are putting a spotlight on the technology and the debate about its use. Read the rest of this post on the original site »...
Call for More Video Cameras Spotlights Debate on Use

Smart home company Alarm.com raises $136M

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A ten-year-old company that makes wireless security and energy management systems called Alarm.com has just closed a round of $136 million in equity according to a filing. The company confirmed the round with me, but wouldn’t disclose any more details. A couple years ago investors ABS Capital, Equis Capital and...
Smart home company Alarm.com raises $136M

Bankrupt Kodak will stop producing cameras in 2012

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Kodak, the beleaguered company that invented the handheld camera, is slashing its product lines in an attempt to survive a rapidly changing consumer electronics landscape. The iconic company will ease production of its cameras, including digital and pocket video cameras, as well as its digital picture frames, before the summer...
Bankrupt Kodak will stop producing cameras in 2012

Canon's new XF300/305 file based Video cameras. very nice. 4:2:2 color space great for green screen http://bit.ly/cg5LmA via @newmediadude

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Canon's new XF300/305 file based Video cameras. very nice. 4:2:2 color space great for green screen http://bit.ly/cg5LmA via @newmediadude

Viddy pulled from the App Store for adult material

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Mobile video sharing app Viddy has been apparently been pulled from the Apple App Store, not long after quickly rising up the ranks of free video and camera applications available for the iPhone. A Viddy spokesperson confirmed that the removal was due to concerns over adult material that was being...
Viddy pulled from the App Store for adult material
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