Dropbox buys signature startup Hellosign for $230 million

Dropbox has announced that they’ve bought the electronic signature startup Hellosign for $230 million. The move will mean Dropbox will now have much better functionality whilst it will also allow them to compete with the likes of Adobe and Docusign as well as Apple, Google, and Microsoft. The integration of Hellosign’s third party software will… Read More Dropbox buys signature startup Hellosign for $230 million

Samsung going green with their packaging materials

Samsung announced yesterday that they will be changing the materials they use for packaging across all of their products. They say that the plastic materials they use in their packaging will be replaced with “paper and other environmentally sustainable elements.”  The change is envisioned to come around from the first half of this year. Samsung are not… Read More Samsung going green with their packaging materials

Samsung releases a new ultra-slim image sensor and it’s absolutely tiny

Image courtesy of Samsung Electronics Samsung’s 0.8μm-pixel ISOCELL Slim 3T2, a mouthful of an image sensor, was revealed at a conference yesterday in Korea. Let’s talk about size. The new sensor comes at a minuscule 1/3.4 inches; that’s about  5.1mm diagonally and all at 20 million active 0.8μm-sized pixels. The chip will make way for some… Read More Samsung releases a new ultra-slim image sensor and it’s absolutely tiny

Facebook’s WhatsApp Messenger attempts to prevent the spread of fake news

WhatsApp has announced in Indonesia that a new rule will come into play on its messaging service that allows its users to forward a message only 5 times rather than the 20 times that we’re used to. Many of us don’t have the need to forward a message twenty times or more but for those… Read More Facebook’s WhatsApp Messenger attempts to prevent the spread of fake news