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RED founder Jim Jannard has announced his retirement at age 70 due to health issues, and the company will be canceling its Hydrogen phone project while the Hydrogen One will still be supported.
Attempting to make amends for its Hydrogen One smartphone and its lack of add-ons, RED has announced the Hydrogen Two and a redesigned Komodo camera module that will be compatible with both devices.
If you pre-ordered the $1,595 Titanium version of the RED Hydrogen One, it should finally be heading your way. If you're eager to purchase one, you can now also do so from RED's website.
It seems that the saving grace for RED's Hydrogen One smartphone has come to an end, as all mentions of the promised modular accessories for the device have been removed from its website.
RED's Hydrogen One has the world's first holographic 4-View display, adding another dimension to the content you create, as well as content consumed. Here's our review of the new device.
AT&T announced today that it will begin selling the RED Hydrogen One this Friday. Promising the world's first holographic display, the device can be yours for $43.17 per month for 30 months.
RED's Hydrogen One promises to be the first holographic smartphone, and we got our hands on one of them. Here's our unboxing video of the device that has a 4V display, 3D spatial audio, and more.
It has been a long time since the debut of the RED Hydrogen One, but the journey is almost over, as the phones are set to arrive to consumers soon. Prior to that, we have more details about its specs.
RED is on the cusp of delivering its Hydrogen One smartphone to its customers. Those that pre-ordered the Titanium version will experience a delay. Luckily, RED is offering a solution.
We're a week away from RED's Hydrogen One event, where eager folks can get their hands on a developer model. Founder Jim Jannard has released pictures showing the device in its retail form.
It has been a long time coming, but it looks like RED is finally ready to release its first smartphone to the public. The firm shared dates on when the Hydrogen One would be available.
It's been quite some time since we heard about RED's Hydrogen One smartphone. Now, the device has passed through the FCC, which could indicate a public release soon. The filing reveals new details.
The red variant of the OnePlus 6 is set to release on July 10. In order to celebrate the moment, the company released an ad for the phone, but the design of the handset looks a little different.
The high-end smartphone from camera maker RED has been taking longer than expected to hit the market, but now the company has reached a deal with the two U.S. carriers to sell the device this summer.
The device has been kept fairly quiet since it was first unveiled as in development last summer, but the high-end camera maker apparently has made some significant progress in specs and carriers.
If you were in the market for a brand new digital camera, why not grab Red's Monstro 8K VV. While it will only dent the wallet by nearly $80K, it offers superb quality and shoots at 8K up to 60fps.
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After releasing a teaser for its device last month, a new video has surfaced showing off a prototype of RED's Hydrogen Android handset. The handset can now be pre-ordered starting at $1,195.
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Professional camera specialist RED has announced a new Android phone launching in 2018, with a 5.7-inch "holographic display" that uses "nanotechnology" - and you can pre-order it today.
It was only this morning that images of the Surface Mini were released, now a new image has appeared, showing it off in red, and also offering a glimpse at a protective cover for the device.
Apple is teaming up with some of the biggest names in the App Store to help raise funds for fighting HIV/AIDS. A special campaign is underway for this year's World AIDS Day on December 1st.
Vodafone is giving 4G customers an extra 4GB of data per month free of charge for the duration of their contract, if they sign up by Oct 31 - but 4G coverage remains exclusive to London, for now.
Sony has announced it is now selling limited edition versions of three Vaio Windows 8 touchscreen laptops, all in a deep red color, with prices beginning at $1,999.
Huawei's second Windows Phone, the Ascend W2, has been leaked again. The latest images reveal two new colour options, along with button back-lighting that matches the handset's exterior colour.
Two new colour variants are expected to join the existing black and silver versions of the HTC One. A red model was briefly spotted earlier this month, but a blue model also seems to be on the cards.
Sony and Red Digital Cinema are lawyering up over allegations of patent infringement, with two patents in particular coming under scrutiny, amid calls for the infringing products to be destroyed.
Verizon Wireless will launch a limited edition red version of its Windows Phone 8-based Nokia Lumia 822 sometime before Valentine's Day, along with a pink version of the Motorola Droid RAZR M.
NEC has built the first optical storage drive to support not only today's DVDs but tomorrow's High Definition blue-laser technology-based discs, the company said today. The machine uses a single optical head that contains one...
A new Internet worm has emerged in China akin to the "Code Red" worm, which caused $2.4 billion in estimated cleanup costs on Internet-linked computers last month, a computer security expert said on Friday. ...