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Watch 100 years of the camera’s evolution in less than 10 seconds

The modern camera has evolved numerous times in the past 100 years, from analog to digital. To trace its design evolution, eBay Deals created animations of cameras from the most popular brand.
Photography

Scientists create world’s first self-powered camera (though it needs some work)

Scientists at Columbia University have created a video camera capable of powering itself via the sensor, which incorporates technology capable of transferring the light that it receives into usable energy.
Mobile

Police officers hilariously use a lost phone to post selfies on Facebook

When a lost iPhone without a passcode activated was handed into a police station in Australia recently, the cops decided to use an unusual method to reunite it with its owner. They posted selfies to her Facebook page.
Photography

Instagram gets strict on nudity and harassment policy, clarifies what is and isn’t

Instagram has revised its community guidelines with stricter language regarding nudity and harassment. While the social network still prohibits them, it clarifies what can and can't be uploaded.
Mobile

Astropad and FiftyThree’s Pencil pair up to take digital art creation to the next level

Professional drawing app Astropad added support for FiftyThree's Pencil stylus to its latest update. Astropad users can now use Pencil's full feature set to create digital masterpieces.
Photography

Fiverr Faces app uses pro artists to illustrate your selfies

Are photo selfies too boring for your social networking reputation? Stand out from the crowd and turn your selfies into illustrations, with the new Faces app from Fiverr. The service employs top illustrators to draw your mug.
Photography

Fujifilm X-series cameras get fast, premium 16mm lens option

Fujifilm's new 16mm wide-angle prime lens is ideal for landscape, travel, and street photographers who shoot low-light, macro, and bokeh images. The lens is designed to be weather- and dust-resistant.
Cool Tech

Scientists develop contact lenses that eliminate dreaded ‘halo effect’

Scientists at the Bar-Ilan University in Israel may have developed a solution that corrects for the halo effect contact lens wearers dread. Multifocals worn by presbyopia sufferers have the most potential.
Mobile

Apple’s $20 million tech company buy hints at even better iPhone cameras in the future

Not exactly going unnoticed, Apple bought Israeli camera technology company LinX for around $20 million. With this purchase, Apple might be looking to improve its cameras for future products.
Photography

Watch out, there are more fake Nikon DSLR cameras about

If you're a Nikon shooter who likes to pick up gear via online auction sites or the like, the camera company is suggesting you take extra care to confirm the DSLR you buy is the model it says it is after discovering a number of fake cameras…
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Now Apple’s having a go at the selfie stick, bans it from this year’s WWDC bash

Already banned at many museums, galleries, and sports stadiums around the world, now it's the turn of tech companies to get tough on the selfie stick. Apple's got the ball rolling, banning the extendable pole at its WWDC event in June.