Sony Gets Serious About Tablet Photography Cali Lewis January 30, 2014 Episodes 2 Comments 4 Shares Google+ 4 Twitter 0 Facebook 0 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 4 Shares × Sony QX10 and QX100 Lens Attachments for Tablets Sony will be launching a series of attachments for tablets between 85mm and 190mm thick that allows you to use their QX10 and QX100 lenses with your tablet. New Samsung Stores Coming to Europe People in Europe will be getting 60 new Samsung stores over the next three months. It’s a great way to get hands on with the entire Samsung line before buying. Faster Syncing on Evernote Good news for those of you who have been frustrated by slow syncing on Evernote. Over the last year they’ve been upgrading their backend and they say that the sync process is now 4x faster! 3D Printing with Carbon Fiber Earlier this week I told you about a 3D printer that combines materials and offers hundreds of color choices. What about a 3D printer that uses carbon fiber? The Mark One will be available for pre-order in March and will cost $5,000. Get Sushi-Smart with Sooshi for iOS Sooshi is an iOS app that gives you a new appreciation for sushi. Learn about the different types of sushi and fish, what makes sushi rice special, and how to make it yourself! Sponsored by Lumosity Make your learning time fun with games from Luminosity! And these games were developed by real live neuroscientists. The games get more challenging as you increase your brain functionality. Kind of like Angry Birds. Except better. And more productive. Go give it a try and help support the show at lumosity.com/geekbeat. 4 Shares Google+ 4 Twitter 0 Facebook 0 LinkedIn 0 Reddit 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 4 Shares × 2 Responses Andrei Tosea February 2, 2014 Sorry, but you can not compare a camera with a tablet (with lenses attached). A tablet is an all propose device that leaks in performance on particular features that includes. Bradley James Cooper January 30, 2014 Sony lenses for tablets: If it allows for better and more versatile photography, I’m for it. Tablet, phone, camera; who cares what the device is? Do we tell artists they can only use paint and brushes on their canvas?