The new image-editing software can better handle extremely high ISO and promises a more efficient user interface, DxO says.
Dual-purpose polarized shades currently making a run on Indiegogo combine earbuds and eyewear, which could be especially nice for the active crowd. Crave's Leslie Katz gives them a listen.
Big Blue researchers have figured out how to use standard manufacturing processes to make chips with built-in optical links that can transfer 25 gigabits of data per second.
Two researchers independently have developed ways to measure and manipulate individual particles while preserving their quantum-mechanical nature.
Sony's DEV-3 and DEV-5 debut in the binocular market with a broad set of camcorder features.
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By building ultra-fast laser circuits into standard silicon circuits, Intel says it can revolutionize affordable data communications across IT.
After a third funding round, the Silicon Valley company plans to increase manufacturing for camera technology that requires no moving parts.
This story was updated to correct a statement about the time needed to transfer 500MB over USB 2.0 in NEC's demonstration. The time was 39 seconds.
The powerful chipmaker hopes its Light Peak project will bring fiber optic speeds to ordinary computer users, and USB is the logical path to get there.