Nom is the new live video app for food lovers from YouTube co-founder Steve Chen. The app lets users live-stream clips of their favourite recipes and dishes, and interact with celebrity chefs using comments, photos, and GIFs.
Much like with the Galaxy S6 duo last year, Samsung used more than one camera sensor for the Galaxy S7 duo this year. Because of this, we expect Samsung's rationale to be consistent with its defense last year.
Moo, the business card printing company, is out with an iOS app, Monogram, which lets you build a quick portfolio to showcase your work. Monograms are saved to your phone, so you don't need Wi-Fi or data to access them.
New research has found that people who photograph their food before eating it find it tastier than those who do not. Three studies, conducted with the participation of over 120 people, formed the basis of the food porn psychology findings.
With days to go before the Galaxy S7 is released, Samsung has taken a moment to detail the dual pixel camera sensor that's inside both the S7 and the S7 Edge, hoping to convince holdouts to pre-order the device.
Snapchat is predicting it will generate revenue of up to $300 million this year, according to sources close to the company cited in a new report. Based on its forecast, the firm's revenue will increase six-fold in 2016.
With a 30x optical zoom and OLED viewfinder, Sony claims its new HX80 is the world's smallest compact camera with such specs. It is nearly identical to last year's HX90V. Also, Sony announced an upcoming wireless flash system.