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This isn’t a big surprise, since we currently knew that expert patent buyers were circling Kodak’s wares with around half a billion dollars in their baggy wallets. However, the offer is now done, with Intellectual Ventures and RPX Firm interacting to snap up the imaging IP for $ 525 million. The previous is a representative for Apple’s interests, among others, while RPX represents Google. The good updates for Kodak is that this assists it with its bankruptcy restructuring, while concurrently putting an end to all the Apple-instigated obstruction that has so far impeded its efforts to survive.
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Take one look at NPD’s quarterly video gaming sales report and it’ll be difficult to deny that digital distribution now holds the sector’s momentum. For the months of July through September, digital sales were pegged at $ 1.4 billion, which represents a 22 percent boost over Q3 2011. In comparison, brand-new physical sales decreased by 16 percent year-over-year, which raked in $ 1.07 billion for the industry. It’s only when the used and rental markets are taken into account– which snagged $ 399 million in change– that physical sales continue to be ahead of the digital game. A wider look at the video clip game sector reveals a little bit of stagnation, as total sales have actually declined by one percent when compared with Q3 2011. With that in mind, perhaps you’ll consider making a couple of extra downloads this holiday season, just to prod things along.
Filed under: GamingNPD: Digital game sales up 22 percent in Q3, almost the majority slice of a $ 2.87 billion pie originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 16 Nov 2012 03:05:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds. Permalink|NPD Group|Email this|Comments
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If the MakerBot store in Manhattan is the East coastline’s vanguard for 3D printer shops, Deezmaker’s just-opened shop in Pasadena, California is the equal pioneer for the West coastline team. As of now, you can walk through the doors at 290 North Hill Opportunity and at least see the store’s own Bukobot printer in action, even if high demand with Kickstarter pre-orders prevents walk-in sales for the next couple of weeks. When you can make that impulse acquisition, nevertheless, you’ll discover the Bukobot at a reasonably inexpensive $ 600 and might see some choices in the course of your go to. Store owner and Bukobot creator Diego Porqueras stresses to Ars Technica that he wishes Deezmaker lasting for the long run, and he might have selected just the right location to make that happen– the store is a stone’s toss from the experimenters (and just curious) at CalTech, NASA’s JPL and Pasadena Metro College. No matter just how it all shakes out, we’re wishing that the 2 near-simultaneous store openings are the start of a larger trend that takes 3D printing into the mainstream.
Filed under: MiscDeezmaker 3D Printer Shop opens in Pasadena, will offer you a slice of the future for $ 600 originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 24 Sep 2012 05:55:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink Ars Technica|Deezmaker|Email this|Remarks
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Bell’s variation of the Motorola RAZR V might not be the media darling that is the Atrix HD, but that should not wet the interest for Canadians that can at last buy just what’s potentially a slick offer for an Android 4.0 phone. For $ 30 on a 3-year agreement, or $ 400 contract-free, the provider is offering a perhaps improved version of the late 2011 RAZR (Droid RAZR for Yankees). Although it bulks up slightly to a third of an inch thick, it’s still a skinny, Kevlar-clad wedge. The primary upgrade outside of the OS is a swap-out of that frankly mediocre Super AMOLED screen of the original RAZR smartphone for a much nicer ColorBoost LCD– sorry, ColourBoost. Otherwise, you’re getting the familiar 1.2 GHz processor, 14.4 Mbps HSPA + information and 8-megapixel rear camera, although Motorola has shaved the built-in storage to 4GB to keep the expenses down. We ‘d still be lured to snag the Galaxy Nexus across the aisle to obtain us a taste of Jelly Bean for the exact same money, however Canucks with a penchant for Smart Actions now have an option beyond Rogers to get their fix.
Filed under: CellphonesMotorola RAZR V goes on sale at Bell, gives Canadians a thin slice of Ice Cream Sandwich originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 03 Aug 2012 22:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink MobileSyrup|Bell Flexibility|E-mail this|Remarks
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Not long after Samsung’s SGH-i667 “Mandel” looked like it would never see the light of day, the Windows Phone 7.5 device made its official debut at CTIA, dubbed as the Focus 2. As expected, the phone is officially on sale today at AT&T retailers across the US, giving folks another option aside from the flagship Lumia 900 for a fix of LTE and Mango on the network. To refresh your memory, you’ll find a 4-inch Super AMOLED display and VGA camera up front, and a 5MP shooter on back that’s capable of 720p video. Internally, there’s a 1.4GHz single-core CPU (exceedingly par for the course for Windows Phone at this point) and a 1,750mAh battery to hopefully ensure you’ll have enough juice to get through the day. Despite the speedy connectivity, we’d be remiss not to mention that the Focus 2 packs a paltry 8GB of non-expandable storage and only comes in Glossy Pure White — but for fifty bucks under a new two-year agreement, we won’t kvetch too much. Our full review is coming soon, so hit the source link for more details in the meantime.
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C’mon, admit it — if you won one of many lotteries, you’d be purchasing a legitimate tilt-shift lens right after picking up a new Ferrari and buying a chocolate factory. Given that said scenario is highly unlikely to pan out, Lensbaby is stepping in to make the letdown a bit easier to stomach. The Edge 80 Optic is the latest in the outfit’s growing Optic Swap system, which is compatible with the Composer Pro, Composer, Muse, Scout and Control Freak, and it’s capable of transforming those bodies into “a tilt lens that delivers a slice of sharp focus through an image that falls off to a soft blur.” There’s a 12-blade adjustable aperture (f/2.8 through f/22), and when not shifted, it’s fully capable of taking flat (read: standard) photographs. As the name implies, there’s an 80mm focal length, but macro lovers should be aware that you’ll need at least 17-inches to focus on your subject(s).
We’ve been toying with one on our D3S over the past few days, and it certainly does what it says; moreover, it’s far easier to justify at just $ 300. (For those unaware, dedicated T-S lenses can easily top $ 1,500.) And if you’re already invested in the Optic Swap system, it makes even more sense. Granted, it takes some work to compose a shot. You’ll need to rely on manual mode, and you’ll need to tweak your ISO to match your desired aperture and available light. Leaving the ISO too high while using f/2.8 in broad daylight will result in white captures, while not boosting the ISO enough after dark will leave your shot murdered out. Once you’ve got your settings right, though, the lens couldn’t be easier to operate, and the shift + lock mechanism is as smooth as butter. We threw together a gallery of our favorites taken recently in Hawaii and French Polynesia, so dive in below to see if this piece of kit is deserving of your attention.
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If you were impressed by CompuLab’s Trim Slice that was released a few months back, wait’ll you get a load of the new model that’s on its way. Available near the end of August, the new diminutive desktop will be powered by NVDIA’s Tegra 2 SoC like its elder sibling. In order to differentiate itself from the previous release, this build incorporates an accessible SATA hard disk bay, so that “ARM users are no longer deprived of choice when it comes to storage.” Sounds great, right? You’ll also be able to choose between two models. The Trim Slice H Diskless will allow you to add your own HDD or SSD for $ 279, while the $ 319 H250 comes with Linux pre-installed on a 250GB HDD. Both of these beasts will showcase 1GHz chips, 1GB RAM, HDMI and DVI ports, Gigabit Ethernet, built-in 802.11n WiFi, 4 USB ports, 2 SD slots, an RS232 serial port and USB Bluetooth adapter. Whew… while we catch our breath, scope out the pics in the gallery, and check the full PR below.
Gallery: Trim Slice H mini PC
Turns out Greg was right yesterday, PocketNow’s leaked press shot is in fact Nokia’s long awaited MeeGo handset, the N9. The rumor mill has thrown out a few different specs on this device, including a QWERTY keyboard (which is not present here), so we’re glad to finally be able to set the record straight.
The N9 is an entirely buttonless handset (with the exception of a volume rocker and camera shutter button), and is basically just a 3.9-inch sheet of 854 x 480 AMOLED screen. On the back, that polycarbonate shell is colored all the way through so you don’t have to worry so much about those ugly scratches.
And that’s only the beginning: check out an introduction video after the break.
Apple Seeking Bigger Slice Of Accessory Market With iPad Smart Cover
Among the many observers of Apple’s Wednesday iPad 2 news,
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The iPad 2 Will Sell Twice as Fast as the iPad?
If this report from Digitimes is correct, Apple expects the iPad 2 to sell more than twice as fast as its predecessor. While the original iPad breached one million sales after a month in stores,…
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