Google launches new Android software, dubbed ‘KitKat’

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Olympus announces Stylus 1 premium compact superzoom

The Olympus Stylus 1 premium compact superzoom

Should you find yourself wondering what would happen if the OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera and the XZ-2 compact had a baby, the answer from Olympus is the 12 MP Stylus 1 premium compact superzoom. Combining DSLR-like operation and Continue reading Olympus announces Stylus 1 premium compact superzoom

Porsche adds extra edge to Panamera with new Turbo S

The Turbo S' output is upgraded to 570 hp

Porsche revealed the updated 2014 Panamera and Panamera Turbo at the Shanghai Motor Show earlier this year and it’s rounding off the line-up with the range-topping Turbo S. The automaker has previewed the new S variant before its Continue reading Porsche adds extra edge to Panamera with new Turbo S

AIRO Wearable Sensor Tracks Nutrition, Stress, Sleep and Exercise

AIRO outside AIRO Wearable Sensor Tracks Nutrition, Stress, Sleep and Exercise

AIRO, a startup based in Kitchener-Waterloo, Canada has developed a wrist sensor that can track nutrition, stress, sleep and exercise. Medgadget has recently covered a number of wrist sensors, but this is the first with claims that it can track nutrition by using optical spectroscopy. Continue reading AIRO Wearable Sensor Tracks Nutrition, Stress, Sleep and Exercise

Being A CIO At Tesla Motors, A Startup That Builds Cars And Its Own IT

Tesla Motors has proven that it can build the most modern cars in the world. And apparently Elon Musk insisted they build their own IT systems and e-commerce platform, too.

Most all of Tesla’s IT is homegrown, said CIO Jay Vijayan, appearing onstage at the Constellation Research Connected Enterprise event today. Continue reading Being A CIO At Tesla Motors, A Startup That Builds Cars And Its Own IT

Google Play launches its 1st foreign language program

Google Play launches its first foreign language TV show hub in Japan

Google’s brushed abreast of its foreign language (and content bartering) skills to bring TV shows to Japan, creating it solely the third country once the US and GB.You’ll need a Japanese Google account to check the content, however it is a Continue reading Google Play launches its 1st foreign language program

Will Apple’s new iPads be joined by the iWatch? The iPhone 5S holds the answers

Apple leaks. Apple teases. Apple tells us a lot with little clues. The Apple press game is just that: a game. There’s a strain of conspiracy theorist whackadoo in comment sections – made up of the sort of drooling loonball who writes “fanboi”, “iSuck” and other hilarious puns – which will tell you Apple pays Continue reading Will Apple’s new iPads be joined by the iWatch? The iPhone 5S holds the answers

First glide check of Dream Chaser orbiter fortunate, however ends in a very flip

Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has carried out the first gliding approach and landing tes...

Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) carried out the first gliding approach and landing test of their Dream Chaser spacecraft at Edwards Air Force Base on October 26. The vehicle dropped from its carrier aircraft at 11:10 am, and carried out gliding and landing maneuvers flawlessly. However, the left landing gear flap did not function, causing the test spacecraft to flip on landing. Continue reading First glide check of Dream Chaser orbiter fortunate, however ends in a very flip

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