Microsoft has revealed when it will end support for Windows 10, with the date rounding off to ten years since the OS first launched….
Colour us impressed. Android 4.0 phones are spewing out into the streets with nary a care. Sharp’s Pantone 5 is not a carefree ICS smartphone though. This one comes with the potentially live-saving ability to detect radiation.
Radiation levels between .005 and 9.99 μSv/h can be detected, of which 2.0 is the total amount we should exposed to all year long. A level of 9.99 μSv/h equates to the amount of radiation an passenger on a flight draws in. Anything over 5000, and it’s lights out.
But the Pantone 5 is about looks, not about scaring the bejesus out of its users. It’s a decent little model: It has a 4-megapixel camera, is available in a range of eight Pantone colours, has a VGA 0.3-megapixel front camera and a 854×480 resolution. Bonus points: It’ll be waterproof and dust-proof. Just the thing for those dusty, wet days? Anyway, order it here if you’re a native to Japan. We doubt it will make it’s way past the Asian market.