We’ve had our eyes caught on Windows Hello for a while. This retina scanning thing, man, is it cool. It’s worked well on the Lumia 950 and is working for us while we’re writing up our Lumia 950 XL review. But so far, those phones, the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book and several other PCs are the only machines with the tech.
Not the case anymore. Tobii, manufacturer of eye-tracker peripherals, has announced that its eye trackers including for its own EyeX Controller as well as the Steelseries Sentry are now compatible with Windows Hello. Peripherals that [...]
The ink has dried on an agreement between Sony and Toshiba. The two companies have been in talks about the former purchasing the latter’s semiconductor factories — factories that also produce CMOS camera sensors for many clients, including smartphone makers. Now we know the finalized numbers on the table and the timeline moving ahead.
Sony will pay ¥19 billion or roughly $154 million for the facilities, equipment and other assets from Toshiba’s operations located in Oita, Japan and will be under the control of Sony Semiconductor Corporation, a subsidiary.