Many smartphone users take tons of photos and post them on a few favourite social media sites. However, most of us do not end up doing much else with them. Fujifilm is looking to change this with the Instax Share SP-1, their lightweight, portable printer that can turn your smart device into an instant camera.
The Instax Share allows you to print of any photograph that is stored on an iOS or Android device to Fujifilm Instax mini film, giving you a credit-card-sized keepsake in seconds. Fujifilm has also added direct printer compatibility for a few of their mirrorless and compact cameras.
The app that is designed for the printer is one of its most shining features. It offers a variety of filter and template options to touch up or enhance your photographs specifically for printing. Fujifilm’s intelligence filter provides just the right amount of punch and really makes the printed photo pop. The real time template is also an interesting feature that allows you to print the photograph’s location, time and weather conditions right on the picture. One thing that I found very useful was the app’s ability to use photographs from anywhere on your device. I found myself editing and importing ph…
Pokémon GO Plus will flash lights in different colours to denote PokéStop, new Pokémons and Pokémons that you’ve already encountered.
Pokémon GO Plus has finally been launched. The band allows users to play Pokémon GO without taking their smartphones out of pocket. Pokémon GO Plus uses Bluetooth LE to pair to devices, even without leaving the GO app. You need to be on the latest version of Pokémon GO app to use the band. It is easy to connect – Go to settings, click the ‘Pokémon GO Plus’ menu and select the band to pair.
Next, Pokémon GO Plus will flash lights in different colours to denote PokéStop, new Pokémons and Pokémons that you’ve already encountered. You can press the button on Pokémon GO Plus in response to catch a Pokémon or collect items. TechCrunch’s Darrell Etherington, who tried his hands on Pokémon GO Plus band explai…
OLEDs are already replacing LCDs in high-end consumer devices but a lack of stable and efficient blue materials has made them less competitive in large displays such as televisions.
Scientists have designed more than 1,000 new blue-light emitting molecules for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) that could dramatically improve displays for televisions, smartphones and tablets. OLED screens use organic molecules that emit light when an electric current is applied. Unlike ubiquitous liquid crystal displays (LCDs), OLED screens do not require a backlight, meaning the display can be as thin and flexible as a sheet of plastic.
Individual pixels can be switched on or entirely off, dramatically improving the screen’s colour contrast and energy consumption. OLEDs are already replacing LCDs in high-end consumer devic…
TCL P1 series features 48-inch Curved Full HD Smart TV has an overall thickness of 69.6mm
World’s third-largest TV manufacturer, TCL has announced its new range of Curve, Ultra HD and Full HD TV series, which are available in the Indian market exclusively on Amazon.in. The new TV series will be available on pre-booking, and registration commences from July 28. The company is also set to introduce its TCL 562 smartphone with a diamond cut design and a 5.5-inch full HD IPS screen. TCL will offer its range of five Televisions and two Smartphones portfolio of products in India starting first week of August.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Praveen Valecha, Regional Director – TCL India, said, “Our entry into the smartphones and television category in India is a strategic move that reinforces our commitment to lead technology and innov…
Andromium launched this ambitious product on Kickstarter – a website “designed to bring creative projects to life” – and is available at .
A US-based startup has launched a smart laptop shell that turns your Android smartphone into a complete laptop – making it more convenient and affordable for people in developing countries like India and South Africa to carry their office in their pocket, literally.
The shell, called Superbook by Andromium Inc., makes an Android smartphone output look very much like a desktop environment. It is essentially a “dumb terminal”– a notebook without a processor but with a keyboard, battery, trackpad and display, TreeHugger reported on Saturday.
Andromium launched this ambitious product on Kickstarter – a website “designed to bring creative projects to life” – and is available at $99. Deve…
MESUIT case for iPhone 6/6S is priced at 999 Yuan
A lot in the tech industry have wondered, at one time or the other, how it would feel to run Android on an iPhone. Haimawan, a Chinese mobile OS virtualisation company, has announced a case that will let you do just that, called MESUIT. MESUIT is available for sale exclusively in China.
Tech developer Nick Lee demonstrated a custom iPhone case that allowed for Android (an adapted version of Android Marshmallow) to be booted on the iPhone.
MESUIT case allows the user to run a proprietary Android-based OS, called Mesuit OS 1.0, on iPhone 6/6S and iPhone 6Plus/6S Plus devices. The case also works as an external battery pack, a storage device (32GB, 64GB and 128GB) and also has its own SIM slot. Mesuit case for the iPhone 6/6S will give a 1,700 mAh backup to the device, while the case for the big…
The limited edition Watt a Box is only available at select KFC outlets in Delhi and Mumbai.
KFC has introduced a 5-in-1 Meal Box that will charge a user’s smartphone while they eat. The fast food chain has partnered with a Mumbai-based digital agency – Blink Digital – to launch ‘Watt a Box’.
KFC’s Watt a Box has a built-in 6,100mAh power bank, two USB-ports and will charge Android smartphones as well as iPhones. Watch Video
The limited edition Watt a Box is only available at select KFC outlets in Delhi and Mumbai. KFC has put out a contest on its Facebook which gives users a chance to win the box.
“Help your friend win the Limited Edition #WattABox ! That one friend whose phone is always out of charge, tag him/her & tell us why the #WattABox is a match made in heaven for them,” says the KFC Facebook post.
KFC launched its 5-in-1 Meal Box in Ma…
Lenovo’s bendable smartphone: CPlus. Image via Lenovo.
At its tech world conference, Lenovo showcased its progress in the flexible display technology area with two new product concepts.
The first is CPlus, a new conceptual smartphone with a totally flexible display, that can also be worn as a band on a user’s wrist. The second is the Folio tablet, which can be folded into two just like a piece of paper.
Lenovo CPlus and Folio concepts are all about creating 100 per cent flexible devices. Lenovo is not the only company that is tinkering with the idea of flexible displays and phones. Recently a report by Bloomberg said, Samsung will launch its bendable smartphone with a flexible display at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in 2017 in Barcelona. The report in Bloomberg notes, Samsung will launch two new smartphones with bendable…
Samsung’s smartphone with a bendable display could launch very soon. (Source: Reuters)
South Korean smartphone maker Samsung may unveil a game-changer device next year which can be a 5-inch smartphone when folded and turn into a 7-inch tablet when opened, a media report said.
A prototype of foldable display is finished with development and the company is hoping to mass-produce the device starting from second half of this year, Korean news site ETNews reported.
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A US-based company has designed a portable device that lets you turn any smartphone into a 3D printer using the light from the touchscreen to process your plastic creations. (Source: olo3d)
A US-based company has designed a portable device that lets you turn any smartphone into a 3D printer using the light from the touchscreen to process your plastic creations, a media report said.
The gadget called OLO is designed to be simple to understand and operate, and is battery-operated and fully portable, weighing just 780 grams, ScienceAlert reported citing Kickstarter, the company which helped develop the creative device. Must Read: How HP wants to change the world, with 3D printing The device consists of three parts: A reservoir, which holds 400 cubic cm of printing volume; 100-gram bottles of coloured photopolymer resin to bu…