Instagram's latest updates comes without a big announcement, but the two new video features are pretty significant -- and still imitate Snapchat. Users can now zoom while shooting video, and iOS users can swap cameras mid-recording.
Kyocera is releasing a successor to the DuraForce XD. The DuraForce Pro has a normal front and rear camera, but it also a Super Wide View Full HD action cam. It brings new meaning to the word "rugged."
Can monkeys own the copyright to a photo? PETA is insisting they can with an appeal of a case involving an infamous monkey selfie. The appeal brings photographer David Slater back to court after a monkey snapped a photo with his camera.
Polish wildlife photographer Krzysztof Chomicz often photographs white-tailed eagles, but he has also rescued them. The latest rescue of a young bird trapped in muddy swamp was captured by a camera drone.
Video that boasts 2,000 frames per second is nothing to shake a stick at, especially when it doesn't take a lot of power. That's exactly what Samsung's new Dynamic Vision Sensor is able to do, and it's all thanks to the IBM…
The popular social photo editing app VSCO has discontinued the sync feature, which had allowed users to sync photos on multiple devices. VSCO is encouraging users that used the feature to back up their files.
Have you ever wanted to create your own music video but didn’t know where to start? Triller, a new app for iOS, makes it easy for users to create their own music videos to their favorite songs, and it's a social network too.
Smartphone, smartwatch and now smart camera? A group from Georgia Tech is developing a camera that responds to certain gestures. The switch could allow for solar motion detection cameras that never need a new battery.
A startup is looking to make drone flight safer through artificial intelligence that identifies hazardous weather and even crowds of people. Flock is developing a program to help commercial drone pilots choose the safest route.