The newest MUST WATCH keynote has arrived, this time from Google, showcasing its premium Pixel 6 smartphone and flagship Pixel 6 Pro, with a very impressive range of features and benefits to challenge the best from competitors, and making the statement that "the best of expression of Android" is on Google's own Pixel devices.
Promising simplified monitoring and added value, Arlo's new unlimited camera plans include enhancements to AI-powered notifications, and the ability to add additional cameras at no extra cost, with the new plans called "Arlo Secure".
Smartphone launching season is well and truly upon us, as every major smartphone maker knows Apple prepares its iPhone 12 onslaught and wants to put their best tech forward to catch all the sales that won't go to Apple, with the Galaxy S20 FE putting its best foot forward in the hope of beating the iPhone 12 at this price point
Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies on Tuesday brought to mind the prediction made by Linux creator Linus Torvalds back in 2002: "There are three things that have meaning for life...The first is survival, the second is social order and the third is entertainment. Everything in life progresses in that order. And there is nothing after entertainment."
IP surveillance vendor Genetec has updated its Firmware Vault camera firmware update service to cover a much broader range of cameras.
Just before the massive Black Friday and pre-Christmas sales season, Canon has unveiled its market-leading five-year warranty, showing it really stands behind its products, confirming as always that price alone has never been the ultimate determinant of value.
Global imaging business, Fujifilm, has appointed Shaun Mah the new Divisional Manager for it’s Australian Electronic Imaging division.
Cities around the world are increasing surveillance of their residents, with the number of cameras that look down on the public growing by leaps and bounds, a survey has found. Sydney is the 15th most surveilled city globally, with 60,000 cameras for 4.85 million people, meaning that there are 12.35 cameras for every 1000 people, the British website Comparitech claims.
Samsung's S10 5G will be the first 5G smartphone to go on sale in Australia. Set to be available via Telstra and Samsung's own Experience Stores from 28 May, and a free upgrade for select Telstra S10+ customers earlier this year, the S10 5G will also feature a 6.7-inch screen, bigger battery and the promise of "an incredible camera experience".
An issue with security cameras can be the resolution of what they capture, but with Arlo's new 4K cameras, will your new security resolution be to upgrade to this new model?
Several of Samsung's heralded features have been seen in last year's Mate 20 Pro from Huawei, but it is important for Samsung to catch up – and Apple, too.
With Samsung due to launch its new S10 phones within the next 24 hours, its biggest Chinese challenger, Huawei, has reminded the world its new P30 range launches in just over a month.
With incredible features to outdo Apple, Samsung, Google and other competitors, Huawei is in a fierce battle to win the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers with its best 2018 smartphones ever, with pre-ordering open for the Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro.
Billed as the phone that is "optimised for the Instagram generation", each of the four cameras on the back of the Samsung Galaxy A9 serves a different purpose, while a fifth camera on the front does 24 megapixel selfies.
Samsung is launching a mystery Galaxy smartphone at 5pm in Malaysia, which is 8pm in Sydney, 10am in London, 2am in San Francisco and 5am in New York.
Arlo has newly launched a motion-activated, weather-resistant LED lighting system that works together with its famous wireless, rechargeable Arlo Security Cameras for an integrated outdoor security solution, with convenient wire-free setup.
D-Link A/NZ has launched two new advanced HD Wi-Fi Cameras complete with an enhanced mydlink app.
The Huawei P20’s very impressive low-light performance comes with an interesting AI lightpainting feature.
Researchers at security firm Kaspersky Lab say they have found several security vulnerabilities in popular brands of smart cameras made by surveillance, aeronautics, optoelectronics, automations and weapons technology company Hanwha Techwin, part of the Samsung group, which are used as baby monitors or for internal home and office surveillance.
Researchers in Victoria say the way that honeybees see colour could pave the way for more accurate cameras in phones, drones and robots.
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