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A team of archaeologists from Australia has discovered an ancient city that had been buried under the jungles of Cambodia for more than 1,000 years. The 1,200-year-old city, known as Mahendraparvata, was uncovered in the Siem Reap region of Cambodia, atop a mountain known as Phnom Kulen, where thousands of pilgrims used to perform spiritual ceremonies. As the Age reports, the city is believed to predate the famed Angkor Wat temple complex (pictured above) by 350 years.
Damian Evans, director of the University of Sydney’s archaeological research center in Cambodia, led the mission in Siem Reap with the assistance of a former Khmer Rouge soldier and lidar — airborne remote sensing technology that uses lasers to generate detailed maps of…
Samsung’s mobile chief JK Shin hinted that the company would soon be announcing an Android-powered mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera, and now the Galaxy NX is all but official. In press shots appearing on a Vietnamese gadget site, the device is pictured with a mirrorless mount and a trio of NX lenses. Judging from the body, the camera is likely to be closer in size to a DSLR than Samsung’s existing CSC lineup, with a large touchscreen occupying much of the rear.
Hardware controls are few and far between, and may be limited to a shutter release, video capture button, top-mounted dial and a pop-up flash release, along with the compulsory lens release to the left of the swappable optic. It’s said to include Android 4.2, a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, ISO sensitivity through 25,600 and 1080p video capture. Pricing info is still up in the air, as is an official announce date, which could very well be as soon as Samsung’s June 20th event in London. Hit up the source for a few more shots.
Source: Tinh te (Vietnamese)
Lenovo’s getting into the cloud storage game, but rather than dive straight in, the company’s taking a tiptoe approach. Starting today, curious consumers can sign up to preview the company’s cloud service, dubbed Reach, which offers exactly what you’d expect: remote access to stored files and applications from any device, be it Android, iOS or Windows. The actual beta won’t be open until June 22nd, at which point only a select few will be able to test drive the new service and provide Lenovo with feedback. Depending on how smoothly things go, an official launch for all comers should be announced sometime “later this year.” But with so many other free cloud storage options already available and so many consumers already tethered to those clouds, Reach could find itself overextended.
The flood of Snapdragon 800 hardware hasn’t arrived just yet, but Qualcomm says it expects we’ll see Windows RT 8.1 devices with their flagship silicon inside “later this year.” There’s still no word on which manufacturers will be using the San Diego-based firm’s processors, but you can be sure the resulting devices will be particularly snappy and pack LTE connectivity. Head past the break for the press release.
Droid Incredible 2 Ice Cream Sandwich Update: Same Story 8 Months Later
It appears that HTC hasn't shut the door on a potential HTC Droid Incredible 2 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update, an update that was originally promised before the end of August but has yet to roll out to owners of the aging device. Back in 2012 …
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Share files between your Android device and a Mac with Droid NAS
Share files between your Android device and a Mac with Droid NAS. Droid NAS for Android allows Android devices to show up in Finder for Mac, so you can transfer files between them over Wi-Fi. Ed Rhee. by Ed Rhee. April 26, 2013 1:15 PM PDT Follow @ …
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Bejeweled Blitz Lands on Google Play, Brings That Classic Matching Action
After what some are calling an eternity, Bejeweled Blitz has finally arrived for Android. Bejeweled is labeled by some as the world's #1 popular puzzle game, having players match shapes and colors in a fast-paced timed environment. This version of the …
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By very early 2014, travelers might have the ability to make use of specific electronic devices in airplane mode throughout launch and landing, according to a New York Times report. The publication’s industry sources say that the Federal Aviation Administration might reveal more lenient electronics policies later this year, allowing travelers to use “checking out devices” throughout launch and landing– while it’s not clear which gadgets had certify, cellular phones would continue to be on the ban list. The FAA commissioned an industry team to research the issue of in-flight electronic devices use– the team, which includes representatives from Amazon, Boeing, the CEA, FCC, and others, will announce the outcomes of its research by July 31st.
The concern has support from vital legislators as well. Senator Claire McCaskill is calling the FAA out on its permission of aviators to use iPads in the cockpit and flight attendants to make use of devices of their own, while restricting passengers from reviewing books on e-readers– “A flying copy of ‘War and Peace’ is more unsafe than a Kindle,” she told the Times. And we ‘d have to agree. Until the FAA announces a policy revision, all of us have no option however to reluctantly comply with the ban, and with gadgets like Google Glass on the horizon, updated limitations can not come too quickly.
Submitted under: Transport, WirelessCommentsSource: The New York Times
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JVC flaunted a prototype 8K Super Hi-Vision projector in 2008 at CEATEC, and now it prepares to ship a genuine item later this month, called the DLA-VS4800. JVC’s e-Shift pixel innovation is at play below, which we first saw in consumer products with the ’4K’ projectors it delivered in 2011, and upgraded in last year’s designs. Generally the D-ILA display panel inside the device is half the resolution (in this one, 4,096 x 2,400) however projects 2 images alternated at 120Hz, one moved somewhat diagonally. This produces the impression of a higher res display, without actually upping the pixel count.
Based upon our demos of the technician at CEDIA for the last 2 years, the impact is extremely prodding, nonetheless with AV Watch’s presumed cost tag of 25 million yen ($ 261k US– which’s without the 4 offered lenses, which have no cost), we might want a few more real pixels, if such a product were offered for investment. Still, if you want the first 8K screen gadget on the block, this is your only choice, unless you can persuade Sharp to sacrifice one of its sweet 8K Super Hi-Vision LCD prototypes (we’ve asked, we have actually asked, we’ve prepared Ocean’s 11-style heists– it’s not possible.) The other concern is that you’ll still need some content to see, and with the roadmap presently putting test broadcasts in 2016, leaving this one to the museums and planetariums it’s intended for might be the finest strategy.
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It was something of a black eye for BlackBerry when it came out that Sprint wouldn ’ t be holding the all-touch Z10 BB10 smartphone. A huge relaunch, indispensable to the company ’ s future success, and one of the four significant UNITED STATE carriers was taking a pass on the first hardware. However the provider is visiting sell the keyboard-toting Q10, and will also offer exactly what could be a Z10 successor, complete with touch-only interface, later on in 2013.
AllThingsD stated earlier today that Sprint would have an all-touch device, which it called not simply a slightly customized Z10. This new phone is being introduced in the second half of the year, according to AllThingsD ’ s sources, likely well after the launch of the upcoming Q10 with its hardware keyboard. The Verge followed up this earlier report with a supporting claim that describes the Sprint mobile phone as a “ variation 2.0 ″ of the Z1o, according to its sources.
Sprint ’ s decision to pass on the Z10 while all its rivals look poised to offer both that phone and the Q10 makes a bit even more sense in light of this rumor. The device could be a carrier-exclusive variant, which is something BlackBerry has been understood to do in the past in its former guise as RIM. However both sources of these brand-new reports seem to suggest that exactly what we ’ ll see won ’ t be merely a renewed Z10 with some various specifications, but a different all-touch device. No word on where it may fit in regard to appealing to high end or more budget-minded customers.
A Z10 follow-up might really be worth waiting for those thinking about BB10, since the Z10 itself was impressive, however however a little rough around the edges. Some even more time to bake may be simply exactly what the physician gotten for an all-touch BlackBerry 10 gadget, and Sprint might be leaning on that to help it become the carrier of choice for RIM ’ s next-gen mobile OS. We ’ ve called BlackBerry to see if there ’ s any official remark about device release plans for Sprint, and will update if any is forthcoming.
Construction on the Sagrada Familia started in 1883, when famous architect Antoni Gaudi first laid the plan for his now-iconic Barcelona church. Gaudi devoted his last years to the task, and 130 years later on, it’s commonly considereded one of the most strikingly distinct buildings on Planet. It also has yet to be completed.
CBS Information took a closer look at the Sagrada Familia on Sunday’s 60 Minutes, delving into the history and mythology behind Gaudi’s unfinished work of art. It’s this history, together with a nearly spiritual commitment to Gaudi’s tradition, that drives much of today’s efforts to complete the building. Gaudi had carefully laid out the Sagrada Familia with a set of models he built prior to his death in 1926, but these …
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