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Fantasy meets reality: the best ways to entertain yourself in virtual reality

Virtual reality is on the edge of becoming a ubiquitous form of entertainment for consumers and has already begun to shape Sports, Travel, Music, Gaming and Movies.
Social Media

Viral breastfeeding photograph celebrates motherhood in the military

At Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, a nursing room has been established in the Army base, and a decorative photograph showing military mothers breastfeeding their children has since gone viral.
Cool Tech

Flickr will soon let you take gorgeous virtual tours of panoramic photos

Flickr will be improving its experience by adding support for virtual reality devices that'll let you view panorama photos in a radical 360-degree view.
Social Media

Even NASA makes mistakes, confusing the sun and the moon in a recent tweet

The next time you make a typo or commit some textual faux pas in social media, know that you're not alone, and that some of the best and brightest minds have done the same thing. After all, even the scientists at NASA mess up.
Photography

These Instagrammers are so good Getty just gave them $10K each

Impressive work by three Instagrammers who use the photo-sharing site to document stories from under-represented communities has led to each of them being awarded a $10,000 grant from Getty Images to help fund future projects.
Social Media

Snapchat tips and tricks to transform you from newbie to pro

Whether you're a Snapchat addict, or you’re a complete newbie, these Snapchat tips and tricks will help you to become a pro. Find out how to get started, spice up your snaps, chat, send money, and more.
Photography

Lost GoPro found two years later, incredible footage of Earth finally retrieved

Some friends attached a GoPro camera to a weather balloon, sent it up into the stratosphere, and lost track of it. Two years later, they got it back. The footage they retrieved is stunning.
Mobile

Hey Siri and Live Photos respect user privacy, Apple says

The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus bring with them a couple of new features that may have you worried about the data that's being collected by Apple, but the company wants to put your mind at rest.
Mobile

Apple bites it with decision to Photoshop a smile on a woman’s face

Adobe executive Eric Snowden, who was invited on stage during an iPad Pro demonstration, was displeased with the steely and strong (but rather neutral, unsmiling) countenance of the woman in the photo, so he Photoshopped a smile on her.
Photography

For its latest experiment in virtual travel, Marriott looks to Samsung’s Gear VR

Marriott continues to experiment with virtual travel. Its latest project, a collaboration with Samsung, uses the Gear VR headset and three short travel narratives to create a 360 panorama experience that makes you feel you're…