Google Clips hands-free camera announced for $249

Google Clips is the next big thing announced at the October 4 event, which is a ultra-portable camera captures motion photos that last several seconds (without audio). As you probably know, we call these “Clips.”

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Nikon D5600 entry-level DSLR becomes official with time-lapse and advanced connectivity features

Nikon has officially announced D5600, a successor model to the popular D5500. The new model brings significantly improved features like seamless wireless connectivity, improved LCD screen, time-lapse feature, etc. The D5600 carries 24.2MP Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor with a no optical low-pass filter.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is official with built-in Wi-Fi and 4K video recording

Canon has launched EOS 5D Mark IV, a true successor to the four years old EOS 5D Mark III. The new professional grade camera has brought significantly improved internals over its predecessor. As a result, it has become the first 5D to shoot 4K videos. Furthermore, the Camera has built-in Wi-Fi, NFC this time around.

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Xiaomi Yi 4K Action Camera launched in China for $200

Xiaomi’s CEO Lei Jun officially confirmed in Mi Max launch event that the next-gen Mi Band is indeed coming out in the early June. This isn’t the only exciting product we will be going to see next month since the company announced the new generation of the Yi action camera in China yesterday – called Yi 4K action camera. The updated version camera comes with 4K video recording support at 30 FPS and is powered by Ambarella A9 chipset under the hood, just like GoPro Hero 4 black edition. The Yi 4K action camera can now be grabbed from’s very own crowdfunding website and the shipments for the first backers of the Yi 4K action camera will begin in June.

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Facebook’s Innovations at F8 (2016) Developer Conference
One more year passed away, and it’s the time for Facebook’s F8 Developer Conference, where the social giant demonstrates all of its innovation to developers to make them work on their latest services. This year, the Facebook showed significant progress towards its goals, which includes the efforts in making... Read more
Oppo announced Super VOOC Flash Charge and SmartSensor stabilization technologies

Oppo just announced its newest iteration in the VOOC charging technology called Super VOOC Flash Charge at MWC 2016. The new technology can charge a device with 2500mAh battery to 45% in five minutes to provide 10 hours of talk time as well as it can fully charge the device in just 15 minutes.

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