Portrait Professional 10 is the latest version of Anthropics’ automated portrait processing software that gives portrait photographers a complete retouching system that provides both an simple workflow and detailed control over portrait processing.
Chinese technology group Huawei, which is better known for making telecom infrastructure equipment, caused a stir when it moved into mobile phone manufacturing 18 months ago. It was one of the first companies to release a US$100 smartphone about a year ago and has followed this up with the rather impressive Huawei Honor U8860, which will reach SA shores early next year.
2011 CPA Practice Advisor Retail/POS Review Recognizes Command Retail for Third Year in a Row Staten Island, NY, November 03, 2011 –(PR.com)– Celerant Technology, a leader in the retail software industry, was highlighted in the CPA Practice Advisor’s 2011 Retail/POS Review for the third year in a row.
Big-screen, high-definition (HD) TVs, with their impressive image quality, have become the must-have living room accessory . The problem is they have been quite pricey, until now. Chinese electronics group Hisense has come out with a range of rather inexpensive HD TVs. At R6000-R7000, its 40-inch (101,6cm) flat screen LED40T28 TV is nicely priced, especially as it uses light- emitting diode (LED) technology, which gives better contrast and colours, but which tends to be more expensive.
By Emily Anderson | Thu Jul 14, 2011 12:52 pm Tweet Wireless carriers may need to do a better job explaining the 4G to smartphone users, according to a recent study, especially as companies bank on speedier service going into the future.
Digital Planet, exclusive importers and distributors of Panasonic in Malta will be present at this years forthcoming Trade Fair during which they will be introducing the latest Plasma TV Technology from Panasonic, the P55VT30 Plasma 3D TV. Rated at a staggering 88% by the influential gadget review website www.hdwars.com, the P55VT30 was also described as a tv that has managed to recreate a true cinema experience at home and that its extraordinary black level response makes it currently the last ...
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) June 03, 2011 IT Tech Ramble this day announced the launch of Channel Tech Network, a new site dedicated to uncovering emerging technology opportunities for solution providers in the channel. Brett has more than 20 years working in the IT Channel.
In 1989, I made the transition from full-time programmer to full-time journalist. After writing freelance product reviews for three years for Digital Review, the editors hired me as managing editor of DR Labs, the product testing section of the book.
22 February 2011 DoCoMo, a Japanese mobile phone operator, has unveiled an interactive 3D display technology that provides a touch sensation using magnetic forces. Reporting from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Pocket-Lint, gadget review and news site, claimed the feedback, via a magnetised pen-like device, was so strong that, if you weren’t holding the pen firmly, it would jump out of your hand.The mobile phone company describes the technology as a Touchable 3D display.
New York Times technology reporter David Pogue is not afraid to be a nerd on camera, as he is proved with many a cheesy video gadget review. He does voices. He’ll put costumes on. He’ll enthusiastically deliver the most painful puns. A Pogue gadget review is a production. Rember the iPhone music video? He’s equally geeky and lovable as host of the new PBS miniseries “Making Stuff: Stronger, Smaller, Cleaner, Smarter,” premeiring next week.