Polaroid Tipped to Show off Android Cameras at CES 2013
Polaroid has been having a very difficult time over the last few years competing in the camera market. Rumors are surfacing that claim Polaroid will be showing off a new compact camera system at CES 2013 that runs the Android operating system. There are a several cameras on the market from other manufacturers that use Android, but this would be a first from Polaroid.
Claimed specifications for the Android camera turned up in Russia. The specifications say that the camera is called the Polaroid IM1836 and has a 3.5-inch screen on the back that supports touch. The camera is supposed to zoom from 10-30 mm in have a pop-up flash.
Other features include integrated Wi-Fi and an 18-megapixel sensor. Integrated Wi-Fi and the Android operating system means that the camera should be able to upload the photos you take the image sharing sites on the go.
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Peyton Manning Fined For Taunting D.J. Swearinger
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was fined $8,268 for taunting on Aug. 28. Manning got in Houston Texans safety D.J. Swearinger's face after the former converted on a 29-yard touchdown pass to Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders in the second quarter of their preseason game on Aug. 23.
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