Published on June 29 2013

According to a report from ad network Chitika, the iPhone 5 accounted for just over three quarters of North American 4G Web traffic generated by phones released after July 2012, which translates to a 40 percent share when including all 4G-capable smartphones.

iPhone 5 takes 75% of US, Canada 4G Web traffic for 'newer' smartphones

The study, conducted over the first two weeks of June, showed 4G-ready handsets accounted for 30 percent of all active smartphones in the U.S. and Canada. The remaining 70 percent consisted of "other smartphones," like 3G and 2G wireless models.

Chitika based the report on tens of millions of smartphone-based online ad impressions on its network from June 1 to June 13, 2013.

Further breaking down the numbers, the firm found 53 percent of ad impressions came from 4G smartphones released after July 2012. This includes Apple's iPhone 5, which was introduced in September of last year.

The LTE-equipped iPhone 5 snagged some 40 percent of total traffic from 4G handsets, and 76 percent of traffic from smartphones brought to market after July 2012.

Other notable 4G smartphones seen in the study include Samsung's Galaxy S4, HTC' s One LG's Nexus 4, and both BB10 BlackBerry devices.

The firm noted that the results show newer model 4G phones are driving more traffic than their predecessors, even counting the latter's advantage of being on the market for months. Still, there is room for growth as cellular technology advances, and telecoms slowly allot more spectrum to 4G.

Earlier on Friday, market research firm comScore released its own set of numbers, showing Apple's iPhone lineup to be the handset of choice for the U.S. market. Combined model sales grew to 39.2 percent in July 2013, a boost of 0.3 percent mont-ober-month.

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Published on June 28 2013

"Please help me recover files I deleted on my Samsung 10.1 tablet?I spent hours downloading files from filesmonster and I stupidly deleted thinking I had transferred them to my pc.Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks"

Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 10.1 is an undeniably awesome tablet.It is the thinnest 10.1″ tablet around. However, just like most Samsung tablet, it lacks a standard USB port. But luckly, Samsung offers a USB adpater for you to connect your Samsung tablet to your computer.

How to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

You need to first get a Galaxy Tab USB Adapter from Samsung Marketplace before you can connect your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to your computer and recover your deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab with a Samsung data recovery software

Here, you can turn to Dr .Fone for Android, which is powerful enough to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and othe Android tablets and smartphones as well. You can recover your lost contacts, SMS, photos and video etc from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in only a few steps.

Step by step to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Step 1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to the computer

Connect your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to your computer. Download and install Dr .Fone for Android to get the following interface. Your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will probably be detected instantly

How to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Step 2. Enable USB debugging on your Samsung Tablet If you did not enable USB debugging on the device before, you have to set it at this point. There are actually different ways for different devices based on the Android OS versions. Pick the one for yours and follow it. 1) For Android OS 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" > Click "Applications" > Click "Development" > Check "USB debugging" 2) For Android OS 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"g>strong>g> 3) For Android OS 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" > Click "About Phone"rong> > Tap "Build number" for several times till finding a note "You are under developer mode" > Returning to "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"

Note: If your Samsung tablet has been enabled USB debugging, it will guide you directly to the next step. If not, you can click "Opened? Next..." at the lower right corner to move on.

How to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Step 3. San deleted messages, contacts, photos and video on your Samsung tablet

When you're here, click "Start" to analyze your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Before doing this, make sure that the battery of your device is more than 20%, which will ensure you successful device analysis and scan.

How to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

The analysis goes a couple of seconds. Next, the program starts to scan your device. At the same time, you have to click on "Allow" on the display screen of the device to enable the application - Superuser Request. Sometimes, the button will pop up for several times. It doesn't matter. Just "Allow" it. Then click on "Start" on the window below to start scanning.

How to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Step 4. Preview and recover deleted files from Samsung tablet The particular scan usually takes quite a while, specially scanning photos and video. In case your aim is at contacts and messages, it is possible to stop the scan once the pop-up note showing that messages and contacts scan has been over. Then you can certainly preview and check out those recoverable data one by one. Select them and click on "Recover" to get them back.

How to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Tips: Remember that don't save the found files back to your Samsung Tablet, or else the recovery might fail. If you want to import your contacts, photos and video back to your device, you can use MobileGo for Android or MobileGo for Android for Mac on Windows and Mac, which lets you manage contents on your Android device effortlessly, including messages, contacts, photos, videos, apps, etc.

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Published on June 27 2013

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple sent its iTunes Radio terms to independent record labels last week and the paper was able to review a copy of the contract. It dictates that Apple will pay record labels both in royalties on individual song plays, as well as how much advertising Apple is able to sell.

That's compared to the 0.12 cents -- $0.0012 -- that Pandora pays labels per play, although the paper says Apple will be paying publishers more than twice as much in royalties than Pandora. For streaming music, publishers and record labels are paid independently.

There are also restrictions in place that allow Apple to not pay royalties. Some song plays are unpaid if they are already in a listener's iTunes library or part of an album they own, tracks selected by iTunes for special promotion, or if listeners skip a song before the 20 second mark. However, Apple can only avoid royalties for two songs per hour per user.

Apple's reveals iTunes Radio terms with record labels

And while these terms were sent out to independent music labels, the WSJ claims they are similar to the terms major labels like Universal Music Group and Warner Music have signed.

Apple doesn't expect iTunes Radio to generate much ad revenue, but hopes it will drive iTunes sales and help sell more iPhones, iPods and other Apple hardware. The company does hope it can help grow the iAd mobile advertising platform.

Finally, the paper says the terms include "several references to terms for the use of music in talk, weather, sports and news programming" on iTunes Radio and that Apple wouldn't have to pay royalties on music snippets used in those types of programming.

The WSJ believes it is "unlikely Apple will invest much in creating such programming, given that it has long shied from creating its own content".

The details offer a look into the terms long debated in the negotiation process between Apple and music labels. Apple reportedly agreed to higher royalty rates in early April, and then signed deals with the major labels in time to announce the new service at the Worldwide Developers Conference in early June.

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Published on June 26 2013

“How do I recover deleted videos that I recorded on my IPad 2? A few days ago I had a cool movie recorded on my IPad 2 but then accidentally deleted it. I didn't backup my IPad yet, and i don't know what to do. Can anybody tell me how to recover my deleted video from iPad 2”

While, don't be so disappointed, as there are ways to help you recover your deleted videos on iPad. To recover deleted videos from iPad 2, you'd better get a iPad data recovery.

There is one program to help you recover deleted videos from iPad 2, that's Myjad iTunes Backup Extractor, it is an easy to use and effective program that can extract lost or deleted videos from iTunes’ unreadable (.sqlitedb) files. It works perfectly with not only iPad, iPad 2, the new iPad, iPad Mini and iPad 4, but also iPhone and iPod etc.

Step by step to recover deleted videos from iPad

Step 1: Select your iPad backup to scan

After downloading and installing Myjad iTunes Backup Extractor, select one iTunes backup file of your iPad and click "StartScan"

Note: Do not connect and sync your iPad with iTunes when you recover data from your iPad.

How to recover deleted video from iPad 2

Step 2: Preview and recover deleted videos

The scan will last for a while. Then all contents will display in categories: Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Video, Contacts, etc. Click "Video" on the left and preview them one by one. After preview, choose those you want back and click "Recovery"

How to recover deleted video from iPad 2
How to recover deleted video from iPad 2

Note: MyJad iTunes Backup Extractor enables you recover videos from iTunes backup files and preview them before you pay for the recovery.

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Published on June 24 2013

"How can i recover lost photos from my iPhone 5? I recently restored my iphone while making sure that it was backed up. But as i set the iPhone back up and restored everything, my 900 photos went missing. I only have 93 photos from photo stream and can't find what happened to all the older, deleted photos (not even on my desktop). I'm incredibly pissed and really need help. Thanks!"

iPhone 5 is currently the latest version of iPhone, when you deleted your photos from iPhone 5, the first thing you need to do is to get a iPhone 5 Photo Recovery program to help you recover deleted photos from iPhone 5.

Here, you can turn to Dr .Fone for iPhone 5 which is powerful enough for you to recover photos, videos, contacts, SMS, call logs, memos and calendars, even Safari bookmarks from your iPhone 5. Besides, It can also work with iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad and iPod Touch 4.

Tips: If you need to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5 on Mac, you can turn to Dr .Fone for Mac

There are two ways offered for you to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5,one is to scan and recover photos from iPhone, and the other is to scan and extract iTunes backup to recover iPhone photos.

First, let's go to directly recover deleted photos from iPhone 4/3GS

Tips: With this way, you can only recover deleted photos from iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS. If you need to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5, just turn to the second way below.

Step 1: Select the device to scan

Take iPhone 4 for example. Download Wondershare Dr.Fone (for iPhone 4) and install it on your computer, and then connect your iPhone to your computer to get the following interface:

How to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5

If you're using iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S, it's a little different here. There will be only a "Start" button on the window below, and you only need to click it, wait for a while (scanning), and then you can preview recoverable data.

How to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5
Step 2: Enter your iPhone's system and scan it (iPhone 5/4S users can skip it)

Before you perform recovery, you ought to enter the system of your iPhone. Follow the steps here:

  1. Hold your iPhone and click "Start".
  2. Press Home and Power buttons at the same time when you click "Start",and hold for exactly 10 seconds. The program will count it for you.
  3. After 10 seconds, release Power and keep pressing the Home button for another 10 seconds.

When you're told that you've successfully entered the system, the program will automatically scan your iPhone for data on it.

How to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5
Step 3: Preview and recover deleted iPhone photos

After the scan, you can preview all found data in categories. To preview your photos, you can choose Camera Roll or Photo Stream. Photos found here are not only those deleted, but also includes those still on your iPhone. If you only want to get those deleted pictures, you can refine the result by sliding the button in the red area on the interface below, to only display deleted items. Mark those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.

How to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5

Note: If you want to import recovered photos back to your iPhone, you can use MobileGo for iOS or MobileGo for iOS (Mac), which allows you to do it in a few seconds.

Then, turn to the second way, recover photos from iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS from iTunes backup

Step 1: Choose iTunes backup and scan it

When launching the program on your computer, choose "Recover from iTunes Backup File" option on the top, then you'll get the interface below. Choose the iTunes backup of your iPhone, if there are more than one, choose the latest one, and click "Start Scan".

How to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5

Step 2: Recover deleted iPhone photos

After the scan, all files in the backup file are displayed for you in well-organized categories. No matter the photo from your camera roll or those you transferred from somewhere else, you can preview them one by one. Then check those you want and click the "Recover" button to save them on your computer.

How to recover deleted photos from iPhone 5

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Published on June 23 2013

it is unluckly when your laptop being stolen, and it is even worse when there are something important for you, especially your top confidential files or your personal information etc. Then, what will you do in the case? Is there anyway to track your stolen laptop, remote control your computer or even recover your computer?

Yes, definitely. These will not be so difficult with the help of miTracker, which can physically track and record the thief’s location which can help local law enforcement to get it back in your hands. Its remote deletion and lock down feature can remotely protect your confidential data.

What can miTracker do for us?

Geo-location track your stolen computer

1. Use advanced WIFI and Internet Protocol Address positioning algorithms, it is shockingly accurate.

2. Detailed location information can be quickly displayed on Google maps in miTracker Anti-Theft account dashboard.

3. This important information can be passed to local law enforcement agency to assist them in the recovery of your laptop.

Remotely wipe data on your stolen laptop

1. Remotely and selectively delete confidential files, business documents, private photos, financial data and stored passwords on your stolen laptop.

2. It is auto-delete that the deletion order can be processed immediately once the stolen laptop connects to the internet.

3. Easy to operate, just set the laptop to “Missing” status on miTracker online portal and select the files you want to erase, then the order can be processed automatically.

Remotely lock down your stolen laptop

1. Remotely block your laptop to prevent the thief get access into your computer, then your privacy information stay safe and in your control.

2. You can choose to display a message on the locked laptop screen. For example, you can display your contact information if your computer is lost and the good person who found it may return it to you.

3. One-click operation, just set the laptop to “lock” status on miTracker online portal, then the order will be processed automatically.

Data Encryption with military standards

Use military standard AES encryption algorithm, nobody in the world can break up the files which are encrypted by miTracker Anti-Theft.

Any file formats can be encrypted, no matter they are documents, pictures, videos, temporary files, programs or databases.

It has extra file shredder feature which can help delete unwanted private files permanently, no tools can recover it after shredding by miTracker.

Then, how exactly can you track your stolen laptop with miTracker, below are the detailed steps:

Step 1: Register your user account and password

Download and install miTrack, and then input your user name, password and email to register your account in miTracker database. Take care of these confidential information.

How to track your stolen laptop

Step 2: Input the serial number or use the trial version firstly

After registration, it will ask for a serial number. If you have already purchased the product, input your purchased license here. If you don't buy it, please click "Free Trial" button to get 15 days full function evaluation or you can click "Buy Now" button to purchase from miTracker online store.

How to track your stolen laptop

Step 3: Run miTracker and start to protect your laptop & data

miTracker has simplistic interface which is easy for operation. From the main interface, we can see clearly that miTracker is composed of local features and cloud based functions. Local features include "File Encryption" and "File Shred". Cloud based features include "Locate stolen laptop", "Remotely delete files from stolen laptop" and "Remotely lock the stolen laptop". All these features are designed to keep your laptop and data security

How to track your stolen laptop

Step 4: Encrypt your important files with local File Encryption

miTracker employs military AES encryption standards and it can encrypt both files and folders. For individual file, click "Add Files" and then click okay to start encrypting. For many files, you can create a folder and put all the files into this folder, then click "Add Folder" to encrypt. If you want to decrypt the files, select it and click "Decrypt" button, then it will decrypt automatically.

How to track your stolen laptop

Step 5: Delete all your unwanted but important files with local File Shredder

For unwanted but confidential files that you want to destroy, File Shredder is your right choice. Click "Add Files" to input individual file or click "Add Folder" to input batch files, then click "Shred" to delete all the files permanently and nobody can recover. There are five shredding algorithm for your choose, Gutmann Algorithm, Erase and random data, National safety association standard, United States military standard, North Atlantic Treaty Organization standard.

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Step 6: Log into online control center to recover stolen laptop through cloud based features

When you find your laptop lost or stolen, you need the cloud based features to help you find back the laptop and protect your data stored in it. Go to the online control center entrance page, login it with your registered name and password.The login page address is

How to track your stolen laptop
Step 7: Device information is displayed

Once you login, your device and account information including IP address, MAC address, license expiration date and device status. Click "Click here for further actions" to apply more actions on your stolen laptop through remote control.

How to track your stolen laptop
Step 8: Locate the stolen laptop

Click "Location" tab, your stolen laptop location will be displayed. miTracker uses Wifi location technology, so it is shockingly accurate.

How to track your stolen laptop
Step 9: Remotely lock down the stolen laptop

Firstly turn on the "Missing" button, this is the main switch. Then turn on the "Lock" button, choose to type the message or leave it blank, this is optional. The typed message will display in the stolen computer, or just black screen if you leave the message blank.

How to track your stolen laptop

After several seconds, the lost computer is locked down totally. See below screenshot.

How to track your stolen laptop
Step 10: Remotely delete the files from the stolen laptop

You can specify files by extension, if you have a specific type you want to get rid of. You also can select "Preset files" to Yes to delete files which are encrypted by miTracker local File Encryption feature. Some standard file types can also be deleted remotely such as Office, common file types (PDF, txt, etc), web browser caches, image files, and compressed file types. Mare sure the "Missing" button is turned on, then click the ones you want and hit save button.

How to track your stolen laptop

Tips: miTracker is only for Windows computer, if you need to track your stolen Mac, you can turn to LoJack, GadgetTrak, Undercover or FrontDoor Software Security. And also, we make both miTracker 1 year license and miTracker 3 years license for you to choose depending on your own situation.

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Published on June 19 2013

Following yesterday's photos of a case said to be based on the expected design for Apple's lower-cost iPhone, AppleInsider now shares design drawings from a case maker showing expectations for the exact dimensions and profiles of the both the lower-cost iPhone and the iPhone 5S.

Design drawings reveal case mMakers' expectations for iPhone 5S and lower-cost iPhone

Unsurprisingly, the dimensions of the iPhone 5S are nearly identical to those of the iPhone 5, with case makers also apparently expecting the same layout and size of the physical features.

The lower-cost iPhone, which is rumored to be adopting a plastic shell that will requires a slightly larger body than the iPhone 5/5S, is expected to be approximately 0.6 mm taller, 0.6 mm wider, and 0.8 mm thicker than the current design. The drawings also show rounded rear edges that have been rumored since a January report from iLounge. That report also offered similar claims of the relative dimensions for the device compared to the iPhone 5.

Design drawings reveal case mMakers' expectations for iPhone 5S and lower-cost iPhone

The new design drawings also appear to show the exact same set of physical features as described by iLounge, including pill-shaped side buttons rather than the round ones seen on the iPhone 5, as well as a bottom edge reminiscent of the iPod touch with four holes for the speaker rather than the larger grille seen on the iPhone 5. The lower-cost iPhone would also include a pair of screw holes, one on each side of the Lightning connector, and a single microphone hole located very close to the device's headphone jack.

Design drawings reveal case mMakers' expectations for iPhone 5S and lower-cost iPhone

Case makers have on a number of occasions offered accurate pictures of upcoming Apple product designs, although they have also been incorrect at times, most notably with the 2011 tapered iPhone design.

Both the iPhone 5S and the lower-cost iPhone are expected to debut later this year, with September being the most popular rumored timeframe.

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Published on June 16 2013

With Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicking off next Monday, June 10 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time with a keynote address, it's time for a roundup of rumors about what we might see at the event.

In announcing the conference back in late April, Apple unsurprisingly revealed that it will be delivering "new versions of iOS and OS X" to developers, undoubtedly referring to iOS 7 and OS X 10.9. And as has become tradition since Apple moved its iPhone launches later in the year starting in 2011, WWDC 2013 is indeed expected to live up to its developer focus with an emphasis on software.

WWDC 2013 rumor roundup: iOS 7, OS X 10.9, iRadio, and new Macs

iOS 7

iOS 7 will almost certainly make its consumer debut alongside updated iPhone hardware later this year, but WWDC will offer the first glimpse of the upcoming software and Apple should spend a fair amount of the keynote walking through the changes. Apple will also begin seeding versions of iOS 7 to developers at WWDC, giving them time to help test the operating system itself and to build and update their own apps to take advantage of new features coming in iOS 7.

The big discussion surrounding iOS 7 has been regarding a new "flat design" driven by Jony Ive, who took over control of Apple's software-focused Human Interface team late last year in addition to his longtime role as head of Industrial Design.

WWDC 2013 rumor roundup: iOS 7, OS X 10.9, iRadio, and new Macs

OS X 10.9

For this year's OS X 10.9, many had been expecting Apple to mirror its 2012 OS X Mountain Lion schedule with developer previews beginning around February ahead of a late summer public launch, but despite a evidence of the next version of its Mac operating system showing up in web blogs late last year, the company has yet to make any public announcements about the update.

Back in April, Daring Fireball's John Gruber reported that with iOS 7 having been running behind schedule, Apple had been pulling engineers from OS X 10.9 in order to assist with the iOS work. The report was later confirmed by AllThingsD and The Loop, although it seems unclear whether the shift had any effect on Apple's internal timeline for OS X 10.9.

WWDC 2013 rumor roundup: iOS 7, OS X 10.9, iRadio, and new Macs


Apple has been rumored to be working on a Pandora-like streaming radio service for quite some time, but difficult negotiations have reportedly slowed the effort considerably. Just weeks ago, it was reported that continued difficulties with record label and publisher negotiations might result in Apple being unable to unveil the service at WWDC, but just this past weekend Apple signed Warner Music in what appears to be a last-minute push to secure deals in time for a WWDC announcement. The service would not, however, launch until later this year alongside iOS 7.

The service, informally dubbed "iRadio", is said to be free to users, relying on advertising support through Apple's iAd team to generate revenue. Apple is reportedly seeking to deploy a service similar to that offered by Pandora but with additional flexibility for users.

WWDC 2013 rumor roundup: iOS 7, OS X 10.9, iRadio, and new Macs

Notebook Updates

With Intel having announced a series of new Haswell chips yesterday, Apple's Mac lineups may be ready for updates. Apple's notebook lineup appears to be the primary target for updates at WWDC, with reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo calling the notebook refresh the hardware highlight of WWDC. Leaked model numbers have hinted at notebook updates for WWDC, although the identities of the products associated with those numbers have not yet been confirmed.

WWDC 2013 rumor roundup: iOS 7, OS X 10.9, iRadio, and new Macs

Upgrades will primarily be internal with the shift to Haswell, although Kuo believes that the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro may see a slimmer design. Other rumored upgrades include a shift to full HD (2.0-megapixel) FaceTime cameras on the Retina MacBook Pro models and adoption of a dual-microphone system on the MacBook Air to improve sound quality. Kuo believes that Apple will continue to offer the non-Retina MacBook Pro, but handicap the line by continuing to offer Intel's older Ivy Bridge chips in a bid to push consumers to the thinner and more expensive Retina MacBook Pro models. Apple may also be upgrading to faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi in its next-generation machines.

Mac Pro?

Following a disappointing update for the Mac Pro last year, coming approximately two years after the previous update, Apple took the unusual step of confirming that the company would have a redesigned Mac Pro for "later" in 2013. Some rumors had suggested that Apple might launch the new Mac Pro this spring, but the update failed to come to fruition. Apple has even been forced to halt sales of the current Mac Pro in Europe over non-compliance with certain safety requirements.

WWDC represents a reasonable opportunity for Apple to update the Mac Pro given the developer and professional focus for the conference, and stocks of the workstation are said to be running low. Timing may not, however, be in Apple's favor, as at this point the Mac Pro would be expected to adopt Intel's Ivy Bridge E processors, the full line of which is not expected until around September of this year. Still, it is possible that Apple could announce a new Mac Pro at WWDC with availability scheduled for the future.

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Published on June 15 2013

Central Standard Timing is showing off what it's calling the "world's thinnest watch" at CES 2013: an E Ink watch that's a single, razor-thin cuff.

The watch is 0.80 millimeters thin, and the company says that it was able to create it by laminating flexible components together into a single piece of flexible stainless steel.

The world's thinnest watch CST-01

In the world of mechanical watches, anything under about 8mm thick can be called an ultra-thin, with the thinnest watches coming in around 4mm thick. But the CST-01 comes in at 0.8mm - that's not a typo, 0.8mm. Starting with a thin piece of stainless steel, Central Standard Timing etches out space for the e-ink display, micro-engergy cell, and Seiko Epson controller. It's an amazing example of an object that contains nothing, and I mean nothing, superfluous.

The CST-01 is assembled by laminating thin, flexible components into a 0.5mm pocket etched into a single piece of flexible stainless steel. In order to make the watch as thin and minimal as possible, there are no buttons or knobs on the watch itself. Charging and setting the time is done on the included base station, and for those outside the US who prefer a 24 hour time format, this is also user selectable from the base station.

The world's thinnest watch CST-01

Unsurprisingly, the $200,000 goal was surpassed extremely quickly. At time of publication, the campaign has raised $436,813 from over 3,200 backers, and there are still 37 days to go.

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Published on June 13 2013

"Hi, basically i can't edit videos that i take using my cannon 600d (16gb) camera, the reason i am unable to do so is because there is some sort of error coded on the clip saying "file not supported". The software i first used (basic i know) was windows live movie maker, which is where it first happened, then i went on to use final cut pro (both on windows 7) and it either showed with the same message or just didn't upload my videos to its timeline.

Im not sure what software/pc to use because apparently you have to use a new/updated pc to edit these... i don't have a mac but i have access to one where i could use imovie, would that work? Thank you for your help:)"

Canon 600D record videos in full HD 1080P MOV format with H.264 as the codec, this video format can't be edited in both Windows Movie Maker who works perfectly with AVI, WMV or MPG on Windows or in iMovie or Final Cut Pro who natively work with AIC MOV or Prores MOV on Mac.

Therefore, in order to edit Canon 600D H.264 MOV videos on Windows and Mac, you need to get a Video Converter for you to convert and edit Canon 600D H.264 MOV on Windows or a Mac Video Converter to import Canon 600D 1080P MOV to iMovie or Final Cut Pro for editing.

Below we will tell you how to convert Canon 600D H.264 MOV to iMovie,FCP on Mac

Step 1: Import Canon 600D H.264 MOV files

Click “Add Video” button or “Add from folder” button to load Canon 600D H.264 MOV files.

How to edit Canon 600D MOV videos on Windows and Mac

Step 2: Select prores MOV as output format

In order to convert Canon 600D H.264 MOV to AIC MOV for editing in iMovie, click “Format” menu and follow “iMovie and Final Cut Express” > “Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)”

If you want to import Canon 600D H.264 MOV to Final Cut Pro for editing, just click "Format" menu and follow "Final Cut Pro" > "Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)"as the output format for Final Cut Pro.

How to edit Canon 600D MOV videos on Windows and Mac

Step 3: Convert Canon 650D H.264 MOV on Mac

Click “Convert” to start Canon H.264 to ACI MOV or Prores MOV for editing in iMovie or Final Cut Pro.

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