All items tagged with "manual"

BBM User Guides For Android & iOS Leak Ahead Of Launch

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I don’t think I’ve ever downloaded an app that comes with an instruction manual, but it seems BlackBerry felt the need to create one for its upcoming BBM releases for Android and iOS. We’re expecting the apps themselves to arrive any day now, but the user guides have been leaked and they are already available for reading online.

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Sony Full-Frame Mirrorless RX1 Images Leak, And It Looks Awesome

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Man oh man. This leaked Sony RX1 looks sweet indeed. If the rumors are to be believed, the camera is a mirrorless body with a full-frame sensor (the same sensor as the also-rumored Sony A99) and a whole bunch of manual controls. It also looks like it’ll play nice with proper, old-school 35mm lenses.

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Sprint Training Documentation Hints iPhone 5 Launch Could Be As Far Away As October 15

Sprint Training Documentation Hints iPhone 5 Launch Could Be As Far Away As October 15

Isn’t that a bit late to start iPhone training?

Apple has all but confirmed it will be announcing the iPhone 5 on September 12, and if recent rumors are correct, it’ll start shipping around a week and a half later. But according to a leaked training manual produced by Sprint, Apple’s next-generation iPhone may not be making its debut until at least October 15, or it’ll be launching with different carriers at different times in the U.S.

That’s if this training document actually means anything. And we don’t think it does.

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Astro Time Lapse Camera Controller Is All Knobs And Dials [Kickstarter]

Astro Time Lapse Camera Controller Is All Knobs And Dials [Kickstarter]

Easy-peasy: Astro.

I might bang on a bit about manual knobs and dials, but sometimes they are the perfect and simple solution to a complex problem. Who wants to dig around in menus when you can just twist a ring and get immediate feedback on the result?

So it is with the Astro, a tripod-top time-lapse controller with all-manual – and all-awesome – controls.

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iFixit Launches a Cloud-Based Service for Repair Guides Called Dozuki And It’s Awesome

iFixit Launches a Cloud-Based Service for Repair Guides Called Dozuki And It’s Awesome

iFixit is famous for its gadget tear-downs and repair guides. Every time Apple releases a new piece of tech, iFixit gets hold of it and pulls it apart for our pleasure. The company is now about to branch out — starting up a new cloud-based service called Dozuki that will provide technical documentation to hardware, appliance and chemical manufacturers.

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