Digital photography has come a long way in the last decade. There was a time when film photography was considered superior in resolution and depth, but this time has clearly passed. While having a few thousand dots per inch on an image is considered a quality print for most of us, what about 100,000 dots per inch? This is exactly what Singapore’s government-related Agency for Science, Technology and Research has managed to accomplish.
Personally, one of the highlights is the inclusion of a native screenshot capture. It used to be that you had to root the Sony Tablet S to get this feature, but now it’s built-in; just press the power and reduce volume buttons at the same time.
A little later this month, Sharp is going to be releasing another phone, but it’s not some crazy music phone with a gigabyte of internal storage, or anything of that nature. Quite the contrary, actually, because the Taiwan-bound handset doesn’t play any music at all. Instead, there’s a 1.9-inch TFT-LCD display for a 160 x […]