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Capcom creates mobile division, has four games in pipeline

Capcom creates mobile division, has four games in pipeline

Capcom has announced a reorganization within the company, establishing a new dedicated mobile business division tasked with bringing some of Capcom’s biggest properties to mobile. According to the company’s announcement, Capcom plans to “aggressively release titles utilizing its IP,” citing three brands in particular: Mega Man, Monster Hunter, and Sengoku BASARA.

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Sony Cybershot RX10 III brings 1.0-type sensor, extended zoom

Sony Cybershot RX10 III brings 1.0-type sensor, extended zoom

Sony has unveiled its new Cybershot RX10 III camera, an extended-zoom model for the maker’s RX product line. The RX10 III model includes 4k-resolution video recording, super-slow-motion capture, a 1.0-type CMOS sensor, and a 24 - 600mm ZEISS Vario-Sonnar f/2.4 - f/4 lens. The most notable feature, though, is the 25x zoom, which brings a feature that had otherwise been lacking to Sony’s RX camera line.

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DJI Inspire 1 RAW 4K camera drone starts shipping next week

DJI Inspire 1 RAW 4K camera drone starts shipping next week

As promised, DJI is going to start shipping the Inspire 1 RAW Edition drone and the Zenmuse X5R mirrorless camera this month. Starting next week, DJI will be shipping out the drone with camera to those who preordered, and will then start shipping the camera by itself a few days later. Direct orders will also go live for those who haven't yet preordered.

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Apple Renew harvests the parts from your old iPhones

Apple Renew harvests the parts from your old iPhones

Apple is zeroing in on the environment and efforts to preserve it, detailing a slew of achievements, current efforts, and future goals at its event today. Among other things, the company has introduced an R&D project called "Liam" that takes apart recycled iPhones, harvesting the individuals materials for reuse in other items like solar panels and tools. As well, the company has some goods news about its renewable energy efforts.

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TweetDeck for Windows support ends next month

TweetDeck for Windows support ends next month

Twitter has announced that TweetDeck for Windows will no longer be supported starting next month, and that Windows users will need to access it through the web from now on. The move is made to “better focus on enhancing” the TweetDeck experience, Twitter said in a statement recently. As well, users can now jump straight into TweetDeck on the web, no login in necessary if you’re already logged into Twitter.

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Michael Kors unveils two dazzling Android Wear watches

Michael Kors unveils two dazzling Android Wear watches

Michael Kors has announced a new line of wearables called the Michael Kors Access collection, and kicking it off are two new Android Wear smartwatches. The Access watches are designed to offer the best Android Wear wearables have to offer while wrapping them up in a stylish, even glamorous design. The watches won’t be launching until this coming fall season, but the company detailed some features recently at Baselworld 2016.

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Affinity’s bringing its beautiful photo software to Windows

Affinity’s bringing its beautiful photo software to Windows

Affinity has announced plans to launch its photo and design software on Windows, removing the Mac OS X tether and opening the suite up to a larger user base. The announcement was made today, but Affinity says it has been working on the project for “some time now,” doing so quietly as it was uncomfortable providing a firm launch deadline. That has changed, though, and now it’s official: there’s a Windows Alpha build of Affinity Designer, and it’ll be launching in the next couple of months.

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NY’s digital prescriptions use tech to battle addiction

NY’s digital prescriptions use tech to battle addiction

Paper prescriptions: they're hard to read, easy to lose, and, for those particularly desperate, not terribly difficult to modify. Starting March 27, New York will be the first state to require all doctors to submit prescriptions digitally rather than writing them out on a sheet of paper. Doing so presents some minor downsides for patients — namely, they’re stuck with whatever pharmacy receives it rather than being able to take it wherever is cheapest at that moment — but there are several upsides as well.

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World Future Sports Games to be held in Dubai next year

World Future Sports Games to be held in Dubai next year

As part of the World Federation of Future Sports, the government of Dubai has announced plans to host the World Future Sports Games in December of next year. This event will involve sports competitions revolving around futuristic technologies, including robotic soccer, wrestling and running, drone racing, autonomous car races, and a cybathlon competition, among other things. If all goes as planned, the games will attractive researchers and help drive innovation.

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NYC unveils fancy new high-tech ‘European’ MTA buses

NYC unveils fancy new high-tech ‘European’ MTA buses

New York City is getting a massive bus system upgrade, and it’ll involve 2,042 new buses being added by the year 2020. The buses will come with a big price tag — the cost will ultimately be $1.3 billion — but they'll meet the needs of modern-day travelers. The buses will be fitted with WiFi, electronic signs featuring pertinent information, and ports for charging phones. The best part? They're totally European-chic, according to New York governor Andrew Cuomo.

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TuneIn Premium adds access to all 2016-17 NBA games

TuneIn Premium adds access to all 2016-17 NBA games

TuneIn and the NBA have struck a partnership, and those with a TuneIn Premium subscription will benefit from it. Starting with the 2016-17 basketball season, TuneIn will offer live play-by-play coverage for NBA pre-season content, as well as regular and post-season games as the months roll by. The NBA content will be available to premium subscribers located in the United States.

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Snapchat teams with MLB to launch ‘Snapchat Day’

Snapchat teams with MLB to launch ‘Snapchat Day’

Major League Baseball and Snapchat have teamed up to launch what they call ‘Snapchat Day.’ On March 11, MLB players will be given the greenlight to use smartphones while games are underway, doing so to take selfies and videos for sharing on Snapchat. The selfie stick ‘SnapBat’ first introduced last year will also be resurrected for Snapchat Day, bringing with it a new design; each team will get its own SnapBat.

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