We featured the new Pentax K-5 DLSR on Geeky Gadgets a couple of weeks ago, when it was leaked on the web, now Pentax has officially announced their latest DSLR, the Pentax K-5.
The Pentax K-5 features a 16.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, an ISO range of 100 to 12800, and 11 point autofocus system and a 7fps burst mode, plus an upgraded HDR mode
Check out this awesome short movie created by Russian Alexander Semenov on a Canon’s 550D and Nikon D5000 HD which both retail for under $1,000.
The shot took 2 hours to film and then another month to edit and add te affects using software such as 3DS Max 8, After Effects CS4 and Vegas 7. Check out the short film after the jump.
Motorola will shortly be rolling out an update for the Milestone XT720, which will make the smartphone quite a bit faster. Motorola will be increasing the processor speed on the Milestone from 550MHz to 720MHz.
The speed increase is reported to make the Milestone XT720 faster and also smoother running, there will also be a few other features in the update which includes DLNA compatibility.
If you are a fan of Apple retro gear then this little mod running the old Newton OS on and iPhone 3G will brighten up your day. Check out the video after the jump
The Open Einstein project is actually an emulator that allows you to run the Newton OS on other operating systems.
We have heard previously that HTC are going to be launching a new tablet computer some time next year that will run Google’s Android OS.
Now it seems that the HTC Android tablet will feature NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor, plus a touchscreen display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, although there are no details on the exact size, it is expected to be around 10 inches.
We have heard quite a few different rumors recently about the next generation Apple iPad, first it was supposedly launching before Christmas, equipped with cameras and Apple’s FaceTime.
Now Digitimes are reporting that Apple will launch a new iPad by the end of quarter one 2011, so that would be before the end of March next year, according to suppliers of panels for the device.
John Nack has put together an interesting demo showing how much faster and resilient Flash is compared to HMTL 5 on mobile phones.
The two phones tested were the Nexus One and iPhone 4 with the HTML 5 animation running at around 24 frames per second on the iPhone 4 and 40 fps on the Nexus One. Watch the demo after the jump to see Flash vs HTML 5.
Designer Sean Percival came up with this fun photo, which may give us an idea of what a Facebook phone would look like if they ever released one.
This week at the Paris Motor show BMW as unveiled its new integrated iPad docking stations for the rear passengers of the new 2011 BMW X3.
Napster has launched an version of the music subscription service for the iPhone, the Napster iPhone App which will let users access music on the Napster service.
the Napster iPhone app is available as a free download, but to use it you will have to sign up to the Napster music service which requires a $10 a month subscription and gives you access to around 10 million music tracks.