It's a familar scenario. You're traveling with a friend and she poses in front of a famous monument. You're ready to take her picture with your phone but there's a constant stream of people and vehicles getting in and out of your shot. What are your options? You could wait for the right lull in traffic to press the shutter key or you could use Remove -- Scalado's new object removal technology.
In a few years from now, cameras like the Ricoh Theta S will be standard. Maybe not even a few years. Maybe this year. Samsung just released their VR camera, the [Gear 360] , and LG just released a VR camera called [LG 360 CAM] as well. LG's camera is, shall we say, very INSPIRED by Ricoh's design. But the Ricoh Theta was first. By a mile. By several years and a whole new iteration, in fact.
The era of oversharing is coming to an end, at least as far as Facebook is concerned. A newly leaked internal company report reveals a sharp drop in the number of intimate and personal statuses being shared on the social network, something Facebook is scrambling to reverse.
While Twitter is a necessity for most people strongly involved in social media (personally or professionally), the Android app for the micro-blogging platform leaves a lot to be desired. For some reason, they did not see the need to improve it other than just copy the iOS version.
In private hands I don’t think there’s another 500mm lens," Livingston said. "This has been in Dave’s collection since he came home."Apollo 15 was the first of that program's "J missions," which featured longer stays on the lunar surface and more science-heavy timelines.
If you saw a USB donglesticking out of the wall of your building, what would you do? That's part of the premise of dead drops , a media arts project started by Germany's Aram Bartholl in 2010. Dead drops consist ofUSB sticks that people place in the world—in any public place—to encourage anonymous file sharing between strangers.
This week Google released the newest version of their "Google Camera" app for the masses - for Android, anyway. This new version of the app give you the ability to take photos while shooting video, first and foremost. That's an ability many devices already have and, indeed, an ability that past versions of Google's camera for Android did have as well - it just disappeared for a while.
The Impossible Project is releasing a new, old-timey instant camera on May 10th for people who want to be able to print their photos on the spot. It's called the I-1 , and it works like Polaroid cameras of old, but with a modern twist. The I-1 connects to an iOS app via Bluetooth, giving you the power to trigger it remotely, as well as to adjust its shutter speed, aperture and flash.
The NextBit Robin smartphone may be the first in a new era of smartphone - far more trusting in its creator. Or it could be a mistake, holding on to the cloud when the public continues to fear the worst - hiding their data in their mattresses instead of allowing the data banks to do their job with security. Then there's the NextBit Robin's hardware design. It's gorgeous.
Whether you love them or hate them, it looks like selfie sticks are here to stay. At least, for the time being. We have seen these arm extenders all over the world and even in amusement parks and museums. If you aren’t totally sold on jumping onto the selfie stick wagon, let me introduce you to the Blitzwolf selfie stick , and maybe you will change your mind.
iPhones are renowned for offering plentiful applications, ease of use, and quality hardware. But whetheryou are asupporter ordetractor of all things Apple there’s one thing you have to admit: they charge way too much for memory. the 48 GB jump from 16 GB to 64 GB costs $100, or over $2 per GB; the next jump, from 64 GB to 128 GB costs another $100.
I’m excited that I got my hands on a product aimed at photographers: the iBlazr 2. Whether you’re a smartphone photographer or packing a DSLR, this LED flash is sure to please everyone. Inside The Box
Silicon diffuser (white)
USB charger Features
300 Lux on m. power of light
Volition, the game developer behind the popular open-world action series Saints Row , is now offering fans an inside look at one of their unfinished projects from long ago: the PlayStation Portable ( PSP ) title Saints Row: Undercover .
LG promised something out of the ordinary for Mobile World Congress this year, and the LG G5 certainly delivers. The company's flagship Android smartphone for 2016 not only ditches the little-loved plastic of its predecessor, but introduces a new range of "Friends of G5" accessories that can expand its functionality, in some cases physically modifying it depending on whether you want more.
One of our AndroidGuys writers recently sent me the Nubia Z9 Max to review. It’s interesting to use Android again after having switched to iPhone about a year ago. There are some annoyances about the phone, but also some features I like as well.
Gone are the days when after a photo shoot or photo walk, you had to wait until you had a laptop or computer to be able to transfer your files, edit them there, and then share to whomever you want on social media or through cloud services. You have a lot of help now through apps and accessories.
Most smartphone users probably take an average of at least 2 photos a day. And that’s just the average. There are probably those that take more than 10 a day. Now the problem is managing and organizing those photos and having that process be as painless as possible. You have apps and you have cloud services.
The Mobile World Congress 2016 has barely started, and already one of the more exciting things to come out of is the new flagship device from LG. True to the rumors, the LG G5 is indeed a metal uni-body device, with a 5.3” Quad HD display and 3D Arc Glass.
DxO, the people behind the popular DxOMark benchmarking site, announced a major software update to their almost odd DxO ONE camera . Most software updates usually add minor features and bug fixes but, while that is partly true here, the update introduces a new feature that practically changes the way you can use the camera. Starting version 1.