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Peace, Love And New iPhones: An Overview Of Today’s Apple Special Event

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 | Author:

iPhone 5S EventAs expected, today’s Apple Special Event focused almost entirely on the new iPhone 5 designs, but that’s not to say there were no surprises.

Tim Cook took the stage first to show some pride in the fifth annual iTunes Festival which will be taking place over the course of 30 nights at the Roundhouse in London. Over 20 million people applied for tickets and this year’s shows will be livestreaming to more than 100 countries. Many of the events will be available afterwards on demand in iTunes. Article Continues…

Category: Apple News

Get Your Shot With The Replay XD1080 HD

Friday, February 15th, 2013 | Author:

Video cameras play a crucial role in documenting our lives and experiences. It’s important to have a portable camera that’s versatile and can capture quality footage and frames where ever you go, and during any situation that may arise.

For instance, it’s essential to have a rugged camera that will survive your treacherous hikes up the stairs to record your cat chasing that elusive laser pointer. And you need a small, mountable camera so you can get a discreet, secure view of what your cat does all day while you’re gone. But most of all, you need a camera that’s light and mobile enough to strap directly on to your cat so you can bravely explore your terrifying, spider-filled basement at night.

OK, unlike most of the Internet, you do more than just record your cats with your video camera. And for your own extreme adventures, having the ultimate portable camera is essential to keep you prepared for any footage that you need to get. And the Replay XD1080 HD Video Camera Complete System is just that. Article Continues…

Newer Technology Introduces Next Generation iFolio Premium Leather Protective Carrying Case for the Apple iPad

Thursday, December 27th, 2012 | Author:

Newer Technology, Inc. announced today the next generation Newer Technology iFolio, a custom, handcrafted carrying/protection case for any full-size Apple iPad. Designed in Woodstock, IL and made in North America with premium imported top grain leather, the iFolio offers maximum protection and portability for iPads without sacrificing style or luxury.

Backed by a Lifetime Warranty, the NewerTech iFolio is available in eight colors — Black, Gray, Cognac, Tan, Blue, Green, Red, and Pink — priced starting at $99.00 from NewerTech’s exclusive distributor, Other World Computing, as well as through the retail channel. OWC is also offering a limited time special offer of including a Newer Technology NuScribe touch screen stylus and pen, a retail value of $19.99, at no cost with the purchase of every new iFolio. Article Continues…

Category: Press Releases

OWC Unveils Turnkey Repair Program for Apple iPad 2 Tablet Computers

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 | Author:

Other World Computing announced today its new OWC Turnkey Repair Program for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad 2 tablet computers. The program enables iPad 2 owners to have OWC’s Apple Certified Technicians provide expert diagnostic analysis of their iPad’s operating condition and perform services required to return the tablet to proper operating condition. OWC’s services include corner damage repair, and replacement of the glass/digitizer, LCD, headphone jack, front/rear camera, battery, and/or function controls. The new professional installation service program offers multiple repair options to US-based iPad 2 owners starting at $49.00 with a 48 business hours or less service turnaround. Article Continues…

Category: Press Releases

LROC Wide Angle Camera Captures The Moon In A New Light

Friday, November 18th, 2011 | Author:
(Credit: NASA/GSFC/DLR/Arizona State University)

(Credit: NASA/GSFC/DLR/Arizona State University)

Okay, so we’re definitely space junkies that like to bring you the the word on cool, “out of this world” news outside of our atmosphere. The closest orb of interest? The moon. And we’ve been monitoring everything the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has uncovered since its initial launch and historic mission to answer the many questions we have about Earth’s natural satellite. Due to technological and instrumental limitations, scientists have been unable to properly examine the moon’s many geologic formations, rugged terrain and total surface area – until now.

Yesterday NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) team revealed Version 1 of the Wide Angle Camera (WAC) high-resolution topographic map of the moon. This detailed color visualization was produced from a series of images captured by the WAC represents a significant turning point and advancement for lunar researchers. Llunar scientists can now research the geologic terrains to better prepare for future missions. Article Continues…

Category: Space & Beyond