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Nikon Coolpix S9700 Review

Nikon Coolpix S9700 review.

Snap a photo, duplicate a key and break into a stranger’s home? There’s a site for that

Keys Duplicated is a website that allows you to duplicate keys using only photos, which is convenient and apparently easy to game. A recent investigation proved just how vulnerable this technology is.

Osmo connects real kids’ toys with iPad games

Tangible Play brings back physical childhood toys and connects them to your iPad with Osmo. Want to get your kids back to playing with real toys? Just connect Osmo, then break out the Tangram puzzle pieces, markers, and letter tiles.

Canon rumored to give select photographers 7D Mark II prototypes at Brazil World Cup

An updated version of Canon's popular 7D DSLR could be on the way, according to rumor sites. New claims suggest Canon will give select photographers prototypes of camera at the World Cup tournament in Brazil, with an official debut at…

Filmmaker uses 50 Nokia phones to capture NYC street scenes frozen in time

Microsoft and Nokia collaborated with filmmaker Paul Trillo on a project using 50 Lumia 1020 smartphones mounted on a custom rig. The result is a video that captures various street scenes in New York City, frozen in time.

What happens when your old Polaroid runs out of film? Mod it to use Fujifilm’s instead

In this short video, professional photographer Alastair Bird demonstrates that analog instant photography is still alive as he uses a modified Polaroid camera to capture images.

Kansas photographer turns violent storms into beautiful time-lapse cinematography

Photographer Stephen Locke puts a cinematic approach into the time-lapse videos of storms that he captures. His recent video of a supercell forming over Kansas is hauntingly beautiful.

Dropbox adds Bubbli 3D tech to its growing list of photo app acquisitions

Dropbox adds to its list of acquired photo apps with the purchase of Bubbli, a 3D imaging app that creates unique 360-degree panoramic photos called "bubbles."

Otto is the Raspberry Pi camera that insists you hack it, so it can do awesome new things

Otto is a Raspberry Pi-based camera that can be customized to take unique photos and perform tricks, among others. The camera has a crank that lets you create animated GIFs easily and quickly simply by winding it.

360cam puts new spin (and bright idea) on growing panoramic camera market

A French company called Giroptic looks to put a fresh spin on panoramic cameras with the rugged 360cam. It shoots 1080p video and images with a 360-degree view, supports the Oculus Rift VR system, and can plug into a light socket.

Google+ Stories automatically creates slideshows of your greatest photo, video hits

Google Stories is a new tool that automatically creates personalized slideshows out of your photos and videos. Stories includes maps of places you've visited, and you can share the link with friends and family instantly.

Readyaction body mounts turn any smartphone or tablet into a POV camera

The Readyaction mounts attach a smartphone or tablet device to your body, turning your mobile device into a POV camera. It allows you to shoot action videos without having to invest in a dedicated action camera.