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Coming to the camera specifications of Kodak Ektra smartphone, the phone comes with a 5-inch touch screen display with a resolution of 1080×1920 pixels. Also the Kodak Ektra uses a Kodak certified lens coating enabling even more light to reach the sensor, as well as reducing ISO noise, brightening underexposed areas and stabilising blur from slow shutter speeds.
  • Watch the Jaguar E-Pace set a Guinness world record

    Watch the Jaguar E-Pace set a Guinness world record

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    According to the Tata-owned marquee, you would love the E-Pace, when it gets launched later this year. In case you missed it, Jaguar revealed the E-Pace and had the vehicle do a barrel roll stunt to set a Guiness World Record. Now we have some early indicative Australian pricing for the model with Jaguar Australia telling us the E-PACE is likely to land in Australia with a starting price around $48,000.
  • Evo Japan to feature seven games at inaugural event

    Evo Japan to feature seven games at inaugural event

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    The grassroots-driven game studio, which received $6 million dollars in corporate funding earlier this year, revealed a teaser announcement for their long-awaited platform fighting game now known as Icons: Combat Arena . moves like the edge hang, wavedash, and others. When it comes to Icons: Combat Arena's gameplay, it's basically a platform-based fighter that is heavily influenced by Super Smash Bros .
  • New animated 3D model shows iPhone 8 from every angle

    New animated 3D model shows iPhone 8 from every angle

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    Previous form factors have driven prolonged growth for Apple shares after launch and other analysts aren't considering the supercycle potential for the new iPhone , according to Huberty. Another report said Apple will get rid of the Touch ID as it has not perfected the display technology need to ensure accuracy with a fingerprint scanner under the display.
  • Jagex unveils Runescape For Mobile Devices, Coming Winter 2017

    Jagex unveils Runescape For Mobile Devices, Coming Winter 2017

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    Jagex plans on releasing Old School RuneScape Mobile in winter 2017, and RuneScape Mobile not long afterward in 2018. However, having a major desktop MMO incorporate cross-platform play for mobile devices is unprecedented, and will hopefully underline the benefits of such support to other developers behind games in the genre, as well as introducing a new generation of gamers to a beloved classic .
  • Mike McCray Named To 2017 Butkus Award Watch List

    Mike McCray Named To 2017 Butkus Award Watch List

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    The watch list was compiled by a panel of college football experts based on a combination of 2016 statistics, career performance, SID recommendations and expectations heading into the 2017 season. A third-year linebacker and native of Mesquite, Texas, Jefferson looks to become the first Longhorn since Derrick Johnson in 2004 to win the award.
  • Global cyber attack could spur $53 billion in losses: Lloyd's of London

    Global cyber attack could spur $53 billion in losses: Lloyd's of London

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    In an extreme event of cloud service disruption, Lloyd's of London warned economic losses could be as high as $121.4bn (£92.5bn) depending on factors such as the different organisations involved and how long the cyber attack lasts for. "NotPetya" caused $850 million in economic costs, Cyence said. The financial and reputational cost in terms of business interruption and remediation can be substantial.
  • PayPal support is coming to Samsung Pay

    PayPal support is coming to Samsung Pay

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    The partnership also allows merchants who use Braintree, PayPal's processing subsidiary, to accept Samsung Pay as a checkout option in-app and online. To use the service either for online or offline payments, users must first register their PayPal accounts on Samsung Pay. Samsung Pay is now fully available in 19 markets, having launched in its native South Korea back in August 2015 before landing in the U.S., China, Spain, and a number of markets across Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
  • HTC's Default Keyboard Is Showing Ads For Some Users

    HTC's Default Keyboard Is Showing Ads For Some Users

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    OEMs partnering with third-party Android keyboard options to provide a better typing experience is nothing new. Before you start getting mad at HTC, it might not even be the company's fault. Removing those ads require users to purchase the paid version of the keyboard. Most of the feedback that was tweeted to HTC relayed negative feelings about seeing ads on the QWERTY keyboard.