Cool Tech

GoPro’s highly anticipated Karma drone won’t be released until this winter

Amid financial trouble, with losses nearing 50 percent since the same period in 2014, GoPro announces that it will delay the release of its highly-anticipated new drone until later this year.

Nvidia Ansel introduces VR photography to games

Nvidia takes wanders into screenshot territory and enables anyone with a desktop with decent performance to take great screenshots, even in 360 degrees; as long as you keep yourself to Nvidia's hardware, of course.

Feeling road rage set on? Instagram trends reveal you’re not alone

In a recent study, the Auto Insurance Center analyzed 65,535 Instagram posts hashtagged #RoadRage with the hopes of discovering where, when, and why drivers in the U.S. were most upset.

This photoshop whiz will take your requests very, very seriously

Photographs may serve to capture memories, but thanks to one Photoshop pro, they can also invent new moments that you're sure to remember. Meet James Fridman, a wizard of the digital age who takes 'shopping to a whole new level.

Weekly Rewind: Stainless clothing, an Instagram flaw, the Stones vs. Trump

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…

Instagram’s most popular election campaign photos dominated by one candidate

Instagram has revealed its most-popular photos shared during this primary campaign. Surprisingly, the entire top ten of the most-liked posts during this election cycle is dominated by one candidate alone.

Facebook loses first stage of privacy lawsuit over photo-tagging feature

Facebook is set to face a privacy lawsuit regarding its photo-tagging feature after a federal district court Judge rejected the social network’s request to have the action dismissed.
Product Review

Yuneec Typhoon H Review

Flush with high-end features, Yuneec’s Typhoon H drone flies away from the competition.

New York Times photo editors share how they choose the pictures of the week

Ever wonder how photo editors decide what makes a great photo? In a Facebook live stream, three editors from The New York Times reveal how they curate photos for the Lens blog's "Week in Pictures."
Cool Tech

NASA stitched together thousands of Hubble images to create this mesmerizing galaxy zoom

Now you can experience what it's like to travel to the center of the Milky Way galaxy. NASA created a video of the journey using a series of wide-shot images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.

Want to see cute cats on your commute? U.K. arts collective aims to put them on the tube

An arts collective in the U.K. has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fill a subway station with cat photos, in place of advertisements. It's an attempt to take back public spaces, while creating something fun for commuters.

Ditch your cloud security storage subscription with Vimtag’s CloudBox

Wish you didn't have to pay that annoying monthly fee for storing your security footage on the cloud? With Vimtag's CloudBox, you don't! Sure, the box is basically just a hard drive, but it saves money by integrating with Vimtag security…