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Leica’s new crazy expensive digital camera doesn’t have an LCD screen

A digital camera with no LCD screen? Who the heck would buy such a camera in 2016? That’s the question, Leica surely asked itself when it decided to create the M-D (Typ 262), its newest rangefinder-style digital camera, which doesn’t come with any kind of display on the back. SEE ALSO: Sony A6300 blows every mirrorless camera away with insane speed and 4K If you believe Leica’s spiel, a camera without a screen distills “photography in its purest form.” A screen, apparently distracts the photographer during the photographing process. In other words, the M-D gives you a slower, more old school way of shooting more akin to shooting with a film camera. The photographer is forced to think about composition while looking through the viewfinder, adjust settings with the shutter speed dial on top and the ISO wheel on the back. Read more… More about Photography, Cameras, Leica M D, Leica, and Tech

Google Celebrates 10 Milestones During 10 Years of Google Translate by @SouthernSEJ

Google Translate is now 10 years old. When it first launched it supported only two languages and has now gone on to support over 100 languages. In addition, the user base grew from just hundreds, to hundreds of millions. In celebration of this achievement, the company took to the official Google blog to highlight 10 milestones Translate has reached since its launch 10 years ago. Here is a recap of each. 10 Google Translate Milestones in 10 Years Translate breaks down barriers. An example given is how a community in Canada is using Translate to communicate with a refugee. Over 500 […]The post Google Celebrates 10 Milestones During 10 Years of Google Translate by @SouthernSEJ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

J.K. Rowling had a scary experience with a new sleep app

LONDON — Sleep apps can be great if you want to analyse your slumber and tot up the hours you’re getting in per night, but you’ve got to get the settings right. J.K. Rowling discovered that to her peril Tuesday night, when she was woken in the middle of the night by a new app. SEE ALSO: J.K. Rowling wades into the junior doctors strike with 2 stinging tweets “Woken at 3 a.m. by new sleep app, convinced that an intruder was breathing heavily in the dark,” she wrote. “Have decided not to review to get new sounds.” Fans were quick to offer less creepy alternatives to the unnamed app, with one suggesting Pzizz Sleep. Read more… More about Uk, Sleep Apps, Jk Rowling, and Entertainment