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Report: Look Forward To Canon's Massive 50.6-Megapixel 5DS DSLR

It appears Canon’s high-end range of cameras will be getting two new models added to its line-up, the 5DS and 5DS R. The stand-out feature of the new DLSRs are their enormous sensors, which should weigh in at 50.6 megapixels, double that of Canon’s current best in the 6D, 5D Mark III and 1D C.


HTC One M9 Specs, Price, Release Date: Everything We Know So Far

Last year’s HTC One M8 was one of the, if not the, best Android phone of 2014. Its premium metal design made the rest of the Android competition feel cheap by comparison, HTC’s Sense UI offered some meaningful additions (particularly when it came to depth-shifting photography) and its BoomSound front-facing speakers made headphone-free movie viewing on a smartphone actually pleasurable. But what’s next?


An Xbox One Wearable Might Monitor The Heart Rates Of Couch Potatoes

Microsoft is said to be working on a fitness wearable that would work alongside its Xbox One games console. Source of the rumours is Joe Officer, who leads Xbox One component supplier Exertis.


Report: Foxconn Is Building A Display Plant To Make Sapphire Glass

Foxconn is said to be gearing up to produce sapphire glass — the tough screen covering many were expecting to see in the iPhone 6 — in a newly purchased plant.


Bloomberg: Sony Is Making A Watch Entirely Out Of E-Paper

Keen not to be outdone by Apple, perhaps, Sony is said to be making a new watch whose surfaces are entirely made from e-paper. It will, according to Bloomberg, “emphasise style, rather than trying to outdo more technological offerings.”


Everything Amazon Is Supposedly Working On

You can always expect that Amazon will push out new Kindles and Fires year by year, but the Everything Store has so much more in the works. From travel sites to retail stores, there’s a whole bunch of rumoured stuff Amazon might be getting ready to roll out. Here’s a breakdown.


Everything We Think We Know About iPad Air 2

All done with the iPhone 6 now, yeah? Good, as it’s time to look forward to Apple’s new iPads instead. The iPad Air, introduced last October, was a significant change for Apple’s tablet line, which (while making it slightly easier to imagine what to expect from the next model) makes it more difficult to guess what ground-breaking changes could be in store. Apple gets its money worth from redesigns, and it may be too early for anything dramatic.


Here, Allegedly, Is The Windows 9 Notification Center In Action

Video: This week, we saw leaked images of what was purported to be Windows 9, showing a new toolbar with search and a revamped Notification Center on the system tray. Now, thanks to WinFuture, we get a video glimpse of how that Notification Center might look in action.


iWatch Will Have Unique Apps And A Dedicated App Store: Report

Ahead of Tuesday’s big reveal of the much-anticipated Apple smartwatch, 9to5Mac brings us new details of what that iWatch might have on its homescreen: Wearable-optimised apps — including Facebook — downloadable from an iWatch section of Apple’s App Store. Hope the icons are legible on that tiny screen.


The Moto G2 Could Arrive In Australia This Month: Report

The Moto G (pictured) is a good phone for the price, though the difference between the high and low-end for Android devices is slowly beginning to shrink, as Google’s Nexus 5 and the more recent OnePlus One have shown. Even so, Motorola is keen to keep plugging away with its G series of smartphones, with the Moto G2 possibly hitting Australia later this month.