samsung
Leaked Image of Super Tiny Samsung Mirrorless Camera is Kind of Crazy

Some folks at NXRumors have dug up an image of what is purportedly a new mirrorless camera from Samsung. It's incredibly small looking, and selfie-ready! Read More >>

networks
Pop-up "Network in a Suitcase" Brings Mobile Connections to Typhoon Haiyan Survivors and Rescuers

Two portable mobile networks said to fit inside a few suitcases are now up and running in the devastated parts of the Philippines, with the Vodafone-developed portable masts helping locals and rescuers coordinate attempts to patch up the smashed region. Read More >>

movies
Odeon Cinema Chain Wants Multiplayer-Friendly Game Ideas for the Big Screen

Odeon's thinking very hard about ways it can keep customer numbers up now the latest attempt at reviving 3D has fizzled out, and is suggesting that some sort of mass, multiplayer mobile app or game that can be played on cinema screens might be the way forward. Read More >>

batteries
Dreamy New Battery Tech is 10 Times as Powerful and Charges 1,000 Times Quicker

They say this new kind of super-battery isn't safe yet. But we don't care. We'll sign the disclaimer. If we can have more capacity in a smaller space AND it recharges quicker, we can live with the small risk of fire and burns. Read More >>

gaming
Microsoft's New Xbox May be Accompanied by "X-Surface" Gaming Tablet (Updated)

Two rather large new rumours have popped out concerning Microsoft's next-gen home console. The first concerns the machine's name, which is apparently going to be just "Xbox" -- akin to Apple's "new iPad" naming move. The other rumour is significantly more bonkers, suggesting a standalone gaming tablet known as X-Surface will accompany the home console. Read More >>

cameras
Can You Do Something Interesting Every 30 Seconds?

A Kickstarter project is angling for funds to create a new life-blogging tool, in the form of a wearable camera that'll take a snap of your life every 30 seconds and upload it to a server. Image the pressure that'd create to live an exciting and varied existence. Read More >>

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