Technology News Week 4 – 10 August 2014 Your News Ticker
Technology News Highlights for the week 4 – 10 August 2014
Sony leaves the e-book market
Sony company can be considered one of the pioneers of e-book market. But in recent years, readers are faced with serious pressure from the tablet, so the sale of e-readers have fallen significantly. So the decision of Sony to leave the market does not look quite so unexpected.
The range of Ricoh, which now owns the brand Pentax, there was another tiny mirrorless camera – Pentax Q-S1. Novelty was 1 / 1.7-inch matrix with a resolution of 12.4 megapixels and a sensitivity of up to 12 800 units in ISO-equivalent.
Acer Chromebooks based on Tegra K1
The market is gradually starting to come out products based on the chipset NVIDIA Tegra K1, interesting for its high graphics performance. All chances to become the next similar device has a new Chromebooks company Acer.
Microsoft lost on the tablets nearly $2 billion
Microsoft entered the tablet market in 2012, but for the past two years, the company has not seen much progress in the conquest of the market for such devices. On the contrary, the line of Surface brings the software giant some losses – for example, only in the last quarter they were $ 363 million.
iPhone 6 will be presented on September 9
Several authoritative media reported the anticipated date of the announcement of the new iPhone. It is expected that Apple will introduce new smart phones on September 9 announcement that is a larger version of the presentation will be held simultaneously with the 4.7-inch version.
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