Leica Cine 1 laser TV launched in partnership with Hisense and available in the...

Leica's entry into the growing ultra-short-throw laser television market will take off in the Spring of this year. The Leica Cine 1 will be available first in selected European markets, including the United Kingdom, at prices ranging from £3,680-£4,650, depending on the display size. Launches in the United States, China and Australia will follow in Q3 of this year.

Apple’s iPhone changed the world sixteen years ago this week

Much of the tech world was unmoved when the Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone in January 2007. Yet, sixteen years later, this was a defining moment in the history of technology. It was a game changer and it set up Apple for the trillion dollar company it is today...

Telling Time: Citizen Proximity smartwatch ten years on

Ten years ago on Macfilos: The search for the perfect smartwatch was still three years in the future. But did this rather cumbersome Citizen Proximity cut the mustard, even in 2012? Mike looks back on a not-so-successful try at watch/phone integration...

Pieca: A Raspberry Pi camera system for M-Mount lenses

Still looking for a new Leica under four grand? Why not try the entry level Peica for size?

Xiaomi 12S Ultra Concept Phone: Is this the new entry-level Leica?

Leica fans are looking for a lighter entry-level camera following the untimely death of the Leica CL and the APS-C line. So could this new Xiaomi concept fill the gap. Mike has reservations...

Oops, I did it again. But is it really a good idea to develop...

Film is enjoying a renaissance, especially among younger photographers. But do you process your own films? Have you entered the mysterious world of the darkroom? Jörg-Peter brings us up to date on home developing techniques...

The Ultra Secret: Priceless Value

The intelligence...has been of priceless value. It has saved thousands of British and American lives — General Eisenhower in 1945. Chris Rodgers takes explains the mysteries of Bletchley Park...

Joys of well-engineered mechanical devices: From the slide rule to Sinn

We live in a digital world, but the attractions of "analogue" mechanical devices is still strong. Keith explores his love affair with fine mechanical tools, from the slide-rule to the Porsche Boxster...

The phone is a device from a different era

Is the phone redundant? The smartphone is a personal computer, a digital organiser, a window on the world. It is no longer a phone, so let's own up to hating those calls...

Tesla Model 3 Long Range: First impressions

What's it like to collect a new Tesla? Mike spends three weeks with his new China-made Tesla Model 3 Long Range. It was love at first sight and, so far, the romance continues. But what will the future hold?