A big week before a monumental October, celebrating a big birthday, looking at massive new cameras, new Amazon speakers, and we’ll find out if Apple’s $2000 iPhone XS Max is worth it. Find out on The Wrap.
Over at Photokina in Germany, Panasonic is offering a preview for what's coming next year, and it's a pretty big deal.
Some devices have a special feature that makes them stand out. That might be the "X-factor", but for Panasonic's second-gen advanced pocket camera, it's more of an LX-factor.
Blackmagic makes hi-def filmmaking easier, Google Assistant eases the burden of school holidays, Panasonic makes it easier to experience Hollywood magic at home, and MIT scientists can easily read your thoughts. It's an easy going Wrap.
It goes without saying that you're probably going to use your TV to watch movies on, but if you happen to grab a Panasonic OLED TV this year, you may experience a movie closer to what you get in a cinema.
Digital cameras have been around a while, but the shift from the bulkier mirrored cameras to the smaller interchangeable lens has been going on longer than you might think. In fact, one company is celebrating an anniversary, complete with a new model.