The ASDE-3/AMASS radar system that spotted an errant Jeep on Philadelphia International's runways has one fatal flaw — it thinks raindrops are incoming jets and goes nuts during downpours. The ASDE Model X, however, monitors runways rain or shine.
MWC has been and gone, now the Samsung Galaxy S III rumours can start again. This time it's another predicting an April roll out for the UK, in good time for the Olympics.
Yup, the Canon 5D Mark III is serious business. That sweet bit of kit is a pro-grade camera and a total lust item. But there's another reason to love it: It just made its elder sibling, the 5D Mark II, the best deal in cameras.
Nineteen years ago, a British anthropologist took control of my social life. Robin Dunbar -- he's the guy -- said I could only have 150 friends.
Over at TheNextWeb, Matthew Panzarino argues that because expected resolution bump of the iPad 3 display would make app file sizes much larger, the App Store full of iPad apps larger than 20 megabytes which can't be downloaded over a 3G connection. Honestly, however, it's too soon to declare anything a problem.
You're working late into the night, a deadline is approaching. Out of nowhere, your trusty computer collapses in a fit of exhaustion or pique, shouting error message numbers at you in a tourettic fit of indecipherable jargon. What's it all mean? How do you fix it? This. Like this.
Prepare to be impressed. This tiny one-year-old dude plays the drums like a pro; as if it’s nothing -- it’s incredible. And no, I don’t mean kiddie drums. I mean a proper full-sized drum kit that’s way bigger than he is. If this little guy doesn’t have a music career by the time he’s 10, I’ll be amazed.
Try sending a text message at midnight on New Year's Eve, and you'll struggle: there's too much data and not enough bandwidth to cope with it. But now a team of researchers have developed twisted radio waves inspired by pasta, which could allow a "potentially infinite" number of channels to be broadcast simultaneously.
Canon’s released a load of sample photos and video from its brand-spanking-new £3,000 5D Mark III. The shots attempt to show off the DSLR’s low grain, high ISO support, as well as its multipurpose landscape-portrait abilities and its impressive video capabilities.
Seems like Microsoft hasn’t learnt its lesson over the sheer number of versions of Office and Windows it offers. A bit of digging in the registry of the brand new Windows 8 consumer preview shows no less than nine different versions of Microsoft’s latest and greatest will be hitting the shelves on release.