Vol 22 - Issue 47


Matrox Drives New Signage in Finland

by Tom Allen

The Kamppi shopping centre in Helsinki, Finland has installed a 14.4m-high LED screen, powered by Matrox’s Mura MPX Series graphics cards. The new display, which is 108m², is around three times the size of …

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Fossil Adds Android

by Tom Allen

Fossil has released the smartwatch that it previewed at New York Fashion Week earlier this year (Fossil Enters Smartwatch Market With Android). The Q Founder watch is a touchscreen model running Android Wear. It …

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E Ink Has Good Q3

by Norbert Hildebrand

E Ink reported on their third quarter results, which showed an improvement to its balance sheet in basically all categories, as well as higher assets and lower liabilities. Sales, gross profit and net income …

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Finlux Wows With Low Cost

by Tom Allen

We visited a TV launch event in London this week, by Turkish brand Finlux. Finlux used to be a big brand in the Nordics, and really owned the TV market with Nokia. However, these …

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PS4 Still Most Popular Playstation

by Tom Allen

30.2 million units of the Playstation 4 console have been sold worldwide since its launch, Sony has announced. The PS4 is the fastest-selling console in Playstation history.

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Display Solutions Offers Complete Marine Solution

by Tom Allen

Litemax has produced an IP65-compliant maritime monitor, which is being distributed in the UK through Cambridge-based Display Solutions. Display Solutions is bundling the monitor with a marine-qualified embedded PC from Avalue, as a complete …

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Christie Tweaks 4K30, Removes 4K

by Tom Allen

After the successful launch of its six-lamp Boxer 4K30 (Christie & Barco Introduce 30K Lumen Projectors), Christie has returned to the design to develop a 2k version, known as the Boxer 30. Using the …

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Sky Transports Viewers to the Front Lines

by Tom Allen

Sky News has published its first news report in virtual reality, and it can be accessed now. The report, ‘Migrants Crisis – The Whole Picture’, takes viewers to the Greek border, to see the …

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Asus Begins Skylake/Windows 10 Rollout

by Tom Allen

A host of new notebooks has been introduced by Asus, beginning with three models in the X Series: the X456, X556 and X756 (14″, 15.6″ and 17.3″, respectively). Each of the new products features …

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Recon Simplifies App Development

by Tom Allen

Recon Instruments has updated its Recon SDK to add new functionality and ‘streamlining’ the platform. The intent is to make app development for Recon’s wearables easier. For instance, a set of APIs have been …

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HP Inc. Result 24/11/2015

by Dhruv Dayal Gupta

Hewlett-Packard Inc. reported Q4 2015 and full year financial results, with full year net profit at $4.6 billion, down 8% YoY from $5.0 billion. Turnover was down 7% at $103.4 billion, compared to $111.5 …

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Eizo Recovers Lost Information From Ageing Panels

by Tom Allen

Eizo’s newest medical monitor, the 3MP (2048 x 1536) 21.3″ Radiforce RX350, is designed to display chest X-rays, CR and DR images in greyscale, and colour images such as 3D renderings and image fusion. …

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