Photokina 2016: Olympus updates its retro-inspired mirrorless range with the PEN E-PL8

Just over two years after the launch of its Pen E-PL7 mirrorless camera, Olympus has finally updated the popular retro-themed series with a successor, you guessed it, the Pen E-PL8.

The Pen E-PL8 maintains much the same core functionality as the model it updates.

Just over two years after the launch of its Pen E-PL7 mirrorless camera, Olympus has finally updated the popular retro-themed series with a successor, you guessed it, the Pen E-PL8.

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Apple’s Home app makes it easy to control your home from your phone. Finally. – CNET

We took a preliminary look at Apple’s Home app via the iOS 10 beta back in July. Now it’s official. HomeKit finally has prime iPhone real estate thanks to iOS 10’s formal launch on September 13.

We took a preliminary look at Apple’s Home app via the iOS 10 beta back in July. Now it’s official. HomeKit finally has prime iPhone real estate thanks to iOS 10’s formal launch on September 13.

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Photokina 2016: Nikon goes pro with its second 4K action camera

Nikon made its debut in the action camera world with the KeyMission 360 and now the Japanese camera company is doubling down with a direct GoPro competitor and life blogging camera.

Meet the KeyMission 170 and as the name might suggest, this action camera captures a 170-degree angle of view with an ultra-wide 2.4mm f/2.8 lens and 8MP 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor.

Nikon made its debut in the action camera world with the KeyMission 360 and now the Japanese camera company is doubling down with a direct GoPro competitor and life blogging camera.

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Innovate, Adapt and Win – General Dynamics to Demonstrate Innovative Solutions at Modern Day Marine 2016

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General Dynamics will show how its extensive portfolio helps advance the Marine Corps’ mission to defend the nation at home and abroad. Hands-on, interactive demonstrations highlight the company’s commitment to support Marines doing the hardest jobs in the most difficult environments worldwide.

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A place to call Home: Apple finally gets serious about the smart home – CNET

We took a preliminary look at Apple’s Home app via the iOS 10 beta back in July. Now it’s official. HomeKit finally has prime iPhone real estate thanks to iOS 10’s formal launch on September 13.

We took a preliminary look at Apple’s Home app via the iOS 10 beta back in July. Now it’s official. HomeKit finally has prime iPhone real estate thanks to iOS 10’s formal launch on September 13.

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Review: Updated: Xiaomi Air 12

Introduction and design

Rumours about Xiaomi, the big Chinese smartphone vendor, launching a laptop have been going around for a few months already. Turns out that the company had not one, but two laptops in the pipeline.

Introduction and design

Rumours about Xiaomi, the big Chinese smartphone vendor, launching a laptop have been going around for a few months already. Turns out that the company had not one, but two laptops in the pipeline.

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TechRadar North: 12 UK tech companies ready to change the world

Introduction

This article is part of ourTechRadar North column, a series focusing on thedevelopmentof the North of England’s digital sector.

The Sunday Times has once again revealed its list of Britain’s fastest growing private tech companies – and this year’s bright sparks include an Apple reseller, an innovative driving telematics firm and a company that manufactures powered metal for 3D printing.

Introduction

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Hands-on review: Jumper EZpad 5S

Microsoft’s Surface 3 was, at least in the subdued PC market, a relative success, selling well despite a rather steep price point for what it provides hardware-wise (something we criticised).

At nearly £500 ($690 in the US, which is around AU$920) when you factor in the detachable keyboard and the stylus, it comes across as an expensive tablet even by Microsoft’s standards, especially as the competition has heated up in the 2-in-1 segment.

Microsoft’s Surface 3 was, at least in the subdued PC market, a relative success, selling well despite a rather steep price point for what it provides hardware-wise (something we criticised).

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Updated: 30 common Windows 10 problems and how to solve them

Introduction

Note: Our common Windows 10 problems feature has been fully updated. This article was first published in July 2015.

Windows 10 is now running on over 350 million PCs, tablets and smartphones, making it one of the most popular operating systems in the world.

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iSIGN Media Provides an Update on the Delay in the Filing of Annual Financial Statements and Related Documents

The additional time for the filing of the Required Documents is needed by the Company to resolve certain valuation matters relating to intangible assets and payment of monies owed to our auditors.

The additional time for the filing of the Required Documents is needed by the Company to resolve certain valuation matters relating to intangible assets and payment of monies owed to our auditors.

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