Hasselblad Unveils New Medium Format Cameras

The Swedish company’s new medium format range marks their return “to the top of the photography pyramid”, Hasselblad’s CEO says Hasselblad has announced the H6D, a new range of cutting-edge medium format cameras. With two models boasting up to 100-megapixel resolution and a wider range of shutter speeds from 60 minutes to 1/2000th of a second, the new range brings…

Musk – Tesla already booked 200,000 Model 3 orders

Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled a prototype of the company’s new Model 3 in a ceremony on Thursday night in Los Angeles. Leading up to the event, droves of future customers waited in line at the company’s showrooms and online to place $1,000 deposits on the company’s most affordable model to date. On Friday, Musk announced on Twitter that his…

How One Programmer Broke The Internet

A man in Oakland, California, disrupted web development around the world last week by deleting 11 lines of code. The story of how 28-year-old Azer Koçulu briefly broke the internet shows how writing software for the web has become dependent on a patchwork of code that itself relies on the benevolence of fellow programmers. When that system breaks down, as…

Colonel Sanders is Back and Better Than Ever

Wieden + Kennedy shook up the musty image of Col. Harland Sanders in its first work for KFC back in May, with Hammond being memorably off-kilter—both reverent and tongue-in-cheek—as the chicken chain's founder. But now, the campaign gets even more ambitious in its oddness, and stakes much more meta territory, by replacing Hammond with Norm Macdonald, who claims in four…

The Beginning of the End of Fossil Fuel – Tesla

While wind and solar power have made great strides in recent years, with renewables now accounting for 22% of electric energy generated, the issue that has held them back has been their transience. The sun doesn’t shine at night and the wind doesn’t blow year-round – these are the mantras of all those opposed to the progress of renewables. Now…

Did the Windows 10 Update Cost you Hundreds?

Consumer groups have slammed Microsoft for its policy of forced updates for Windows 10, which is hitting customers in remote locations with massive bill shocks by blowing out their data caps. But they warn bill shock may affect many more customers, regardless of where they are located. And, with many customers yet to receive their monthly internet bills, the full extent…