D-Wave gives anyone working on responses to the COVID-19 free cloud access to its quantum computers

D-Wave, the Canadian quantum computing company, today announced that it is giving anyone who is working on responses to the COVID-19 free access to its Leap 2 quantum computing cloud service. The offe

Gender & compensation at VC-backed startups – Where are we today?

Compensation is the most intimate way a company can interact with its employees. For far too long, compensation managers and committees have operated behind closed doors, keeping pay guidelines...

Big cameras and big rivalries take center stage at Photokina

Photokina is underway in London and the theme of the show is "large." Unusually for an industry that is trending towards the compact, the cameras on stage at this show sport big sensors, big lenses, a

Quixey alums launch Sigma, a platform to bring merits and certifications online

A new company named Sigma, founded by alumni of mobile app search engine Quixey, aims to take records and certifications currently trapped in the analog world and bring them online. To do so, the c

Sigma’s Newest Full-Frame Wide Zoom Lens Has A Constant F2 Aperture

Sigma has a new zoom lens that could be the perfect walk around lens for street photographer: A 24-35mm zoom lens designed for full-frame cameras, with a unique feature that’s sure to add to its

A Lens For The Love Of Photography

It can be hard for third-party, high-end camera-accessory makers to distinguish themselves and attract consumer attention. Canon and Nikon make lenses for their own camera systems that tend to work be

Sigma SD1 DSLR Gets Priced At Nearly Ten Grand

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Sigma's SD1 DSLR Has 46 Megapixels, Kind Of

<img src="" />Now, I'll be the first to admit that the Foveon sensor has its advantages, but I'm not sure the fact that your sensor ha

Sigma's SD15 DSLR gets spec'd

<img src="" />Sigma seems to be releasing cameras the way Google releases software: put out something that's blatantly incomplete and then

Many, many cameras are being released at PMA

It’s the supreme madness of the PMA 2010 season, and although we can’t make it there personally this year, that won’t stop all them camera companies from releasing stuff. You saw the

Sigma inexplicably releases a minimally changed DP1s

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Sigma's DP2 approaches release; pics and specs updated

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Sigma buys out sensor maker Foveon

Sigma has been using Foveon sensors in its cameras for a couple years now, although some questioned the efficacy of said sensor in their ambitious but disappointing DP1. (Good explanation of the Foveo

Sigma unveils new compact camera, the DP2

Sigma Japan today unveiled the Sigma DP2 [JP], the successor model to the DP1, which was released earlier this year and received lukewarm reviews. As of now, there is no word of the new camera on Sigm

The Sigma DP1 is a technical marvel, but that's about it

One month and change after DP Review gave the Sigma DP1 a so-so review, David Pogue now offers his two cents. Like DP Review, Pogue likes the SLR-in-a-point-and-shoot’s body, but says it’s

Sigma's DP1 hits: hybrid point-and-shoot/DSLR ruled interesting but lacking

DPReview has one of their signature extremely long and in-depth reviews that I love up for the Sigma DP1. I remember hearing about this thing some time ago, but apparently technical issues kept it fro

Sigma SD14 Sneak Peek

Sigma is a well-known high-end camerawell-known third party lens company and they appear to be teasing us with a pre-Photokina website tells little about the product but definitely generates a bit of