Lenovo hasn’t been known for the quality of the display panels they put in their product lines. Ever since the Chinese PC maker took over IBM’s computer business, those ThinkPad laptop haven’t been a favourite to serious professional photographers, due to poor contrast and brightness and low color fidelity. It’s certainly surprise to hear Lenovo announced a professional 30-inch LCD display which will cover 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut, which is a color space good for desktop publishing and digital printing. The new ThinkVision LT3053p display has so far only been made in Japan. The display sports a resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels, promising crisp images and create a lot of area for photo and video editing. The monitor will start shipping from April 11, 2013 at a retail price of $1599 in the US. There is currently no information about the availability for other market region.
A Chinese boy named WeiXin Long (Long), who self-made a knockoff tablet out of some waste materials as a gift for his girlfriend. Of course, it is far from a wonderful piece but the effort that Long took is appreciating numerous Chinese netizens and sparked their interest.
Natural disaster is inevitable, therefore we need prediction. Back 2008, China launched two small disaster monitoring satellites and recent report claimed they have allowed China to more rapidly monitor natural disasters with greater range.
Cisco System, Inc., the networking giant is being sued by a group of 10 unnamed political prisoners through a US law firm, suggesting the company is helping the CCP to implement the Great Firewall of China, and providing the Chinese government with technology to monitor, censor and suppress its citizens.
Several western companies had involved in an ambitious new surveillance project in China. Cisco System Inc. will install 500,000 cameras in Chongqing City in the coming three years for public safety. But presumably, this wasn’t the main purpose. The Chinese government wants more control on crimes as well as keeping an eyes on political activists instead.
This really freak us out. Not only the Great Firewall is preventing you to connect with the outside world, the Chinese government is now planning to monitor the movement of 17 million cellphone users in Beijing, by tracking the signal of their mobile devices, including iPhone. This is creepy, and every cellphone users in Beijing is freaking out.
Watching for something to keep a watchful eye on your kids? China Unicom currently introduced a phone to solve poor parents’ worries, it combines GPS function with network, enables parents monitor their children at any time.
A survey from Shanghai Morning Post showed 59 percent of people think “it’s reasonable to install private surveillance cameras to monitor public areas around their apartments to ensure safety, even though it may bother their neighbours.” Similar to the commercial “Big Brother”, isn’t it? Does that implies Shanghai is not secured for living now?
This girl was so lucky! It happened in the Nanjing Subway stop on July 20, the girl suddenly fell down into the track while a subway train was just about to arrive. It was a critical juncture!! The following video is provided by polices via the monitor in Nanjing Station, which shows the girl falling into the track.
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