Introducing | Jawbone UP

UP by Jawbone is a revolutionary new product from the creator of some of the innovative bluetooth products out (see: Icon, Jambox). They're taking wireless technology to the next level once again with this wristband, which tracks your movement, sleep...

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Canon EOS-1D X

Canon EOS-1D X

Canon’s announced the EOS-1D X, a full-frame beauty that’s set to replace the EOS-1Ds Mark III as well as the EOS-1D Mark IV models in Canon lineup. The 18 megapixel sensor is supported by a pair of Digic 5+ imaging processors, which help drive a 61-point high density reticular AF system, a top ISO setting of 204,000 (51,200 native), a 252-zone metering system, a 14 fps JPEG burst mode and a built-in wired gigabit LAN connection, for remote shooting and image transfer. This one’s pretty epic as it has an incredibly sharp intelligent optical viewfinder, with an on-demand grid, AF status indicator, a dual-axis electronic level and a shooting mode readout. Beyond this, the video capturing capabilities are intense as you can choose between 1080p video at 24, 25 or 30 fps, or 720p at 50 or 60 fps.

Look for the EOS-1D X to release in March 2012 with a pricetag of $6,800.

Facebook iPad App

Facebook iPad App

After tons of rumors and speculation, Facebook has officially unveiled their iPad app.The app’s well designed, and puts a ton of emphasis on the iPad multitouch interface. Expect some of the features to trickle down to the iPhone app in the near future as well. The app features hi-res photos, access to games, chat and more. Everything is accessible with a simple dropdown menu and navigation bar helping you when needed.

Amazon Kindle Fire

Amazon Kindle Fire

Amazon has finally taken the covers off the new Kindle Fire, an Android-based tablet that will give users access to more than 18 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines and books on the go. The Amazon Appstore features thousands of top apps and games (though there is no access to Android Market) and Amazon Silk, the online retailer’s ultra-fast web browser. The tablet itself is pretty speedy as well as it’s fitted with a dual-core processor and all your Amazon content is pushed to Amazon Cloud so you can download what you want when you want it and delete it off the Kindle Fire to free up more of that 8GB onboard storage.

The two clinching features that really stood out to us were Amazon Whispersync and Kindle Fire’s deep integration with Amazon Prime. Prime members can keep shopping through the tablet and utilize all their current benefits and access unlimited streaming of over 10,000 movies and TV shows. Whispersync is next level as it automatically syncs your library, last page read, bookmarks, notes, and other key highlights across all your devices. With the Kindle Fire, Whispersync goes one step further by adding video to the mix. Basically, watch any of those movies or shows on your Kindle Fire and then turn on your PC, Mac, or any one of over 300 compatible TVs and you can pick up right where you left off.

Nikon 1 System

Nikon 1 System

Being loyal Nikon fans, we’re really excited to hear that the company is releasing a line of mirror less cameras. The Nikon 1 system will consist of two new, extremely versatile cameras — the V1 and J1 — and will also bring forth four new ultra-portable lenses. To compete directly with the NEX-5, PL1, GF-1 and their brethren, the Nikon 1 system will be the perfect blend of image quality, speed and portability. The system’s built from the ground up and comes with some top-notch features.

Canon S100 Camera

Canon S100 Camera

The folks at Acquire just turned us to the release of Canon’s S100, a follow-up to their highly successful manual-friendly S90 and S95 point-and-shoot cameras. The camera will feature a 12.1 Megapixel sensor that’s mated with a slightly wider and longer 24-120mm F2.0 lens. Other upgrades include a new Digic V image processor, ISO sensitivity beefed up to 6400, Full HD recording at 24 frames/sec and built-in GPS.

Fujifilm X10 Promo Video

Fujifilm X10 Promo Video

Fujifilm‘s dropped a promo video building up some anticipation for the X10 in the process. The video covers specs and just about everything else you’ll need to know about the camera. Some fine details and features to note include the metal Zoom Ring with built-in power switch, exposure control, a RAW button, full HD recording capabilities and super intelligent flash that takes things next level. Between this and the Finepix X100, the X series is looking like one of Fuji’s most sound collections.

Carhartt Fall/Winter 2011 Gadgets Collection

Carhartt Fall/Winter 2011 Gadgets Collection

Iconic American workwear brand Carhartt is really doing some tremendous things right now. As if their collaboration with Adam Kimmel wasn’t enough, they’ve released the Gadgets Collection for F/W 2011 that gives us military and outdoor product that’s pretty darn useful. Most of the goods are delivered in military green or camouflage, among them iPhone and iPad accessories, a Moleskine Notebook, flashlight and much more.

Incase Audio Headphones

Incase Audio Headphones

Incase has been crafting some groundbreaking product ever since the brand’s inception in 1997. They’re known for their full line of Apple accessories for MacBook and iPad all the way down the chain to the iPhone and iPod. They’ve just announced their own brand of headphones dubbed “Incase Audio,” and we’re impressed from the initial looks. The line features four unique designs in matte black shells and Incase’s Sound Design technology on the inside.

Incase will be making these headphones available come September.

Follow-Up | Apple iOS 5 Video

We gave you a breakdown of Apple's latest mobile operating system -- iOS 5 -- but here's the video to really put the update into perspective. We get a live look at the OS working its magic on the iPhone...

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Apple’s iOS 5 Unveiled at WWDC, Available this Fall

Apple's iOS 5 Unveiled at WWDC, Available this Fall

Steve Jobs and Co. at Apple have done it again, delivering looks at iOS 5 in all its glory and wowing a massive audience in the process. This year’s WWDC kicked off with a bang, no doubt, with iOS 5 and the Lion OS for Mac leading the charge. There are over 200 new features built into the new iOS for the iPhone and iPad and here’s a breakdown of the top ten.