Movies & TV

Super Bowl 50 will have crazy new 360-degree cameras for epic on-field action

Fans will feel closer to the action than ever during Super Bowl 50 this year. CBS Sports has announced that it will use new high-tech cameras using 360-degree shots for its coverage, as well as multiple Pylon Cameras.

NYC’s Department of Consumer Affairs is investigating baby monitors’ hackability

The idea of someone spying on you is scary enough, but the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs is worried about the security of Internet-connected baby monitors. Eight of nine monitors analyzed got an F grade for security.

The ZenFone Zoom with 3x optical zoom is now available in Japan and India

It has been more than a year since we first saw the Asus ZenFone Zoom, but the exciting phone is now available to buy for $400. It's exciting because of its new optical zoom technology, which keeps the body slim and manageable. Here's…

Adobe’s Portfolio lets you build websites fast, no coding required

Artists looking to build an online presence can already choose from a bunch of services to help them build a powerful portfolio site. Now Adobe has rolled out its own offering, called, appropriately enough, Portfolio.

Olympus adds luxury touch to E-M10 Mark II with limited edition

Olympus is giving its entry-level O-MD camera a luxurious upgrade with a limited edition that wrapped in brown synthetic leather, with a complementing genuine leather strap. The kit also includes a 14-42mm lens with special metal cap.

Bob Ross teaches you how to paint ‘happy little clouds’ on an iPad Pro 3:25

Nobody is better at teaching us how to paint on an iPad Pro than Bob Ross. Well, an impersonation of him, that is. Illustrator Chad Cameron channels the beloved artist in new instructional videos from Adobe.

Hands-on with the HDR-beating QuantumFilm camera sensor 7:32

InVisage, a technology company, has announced a new type of smartphone camera sensor called QuantumFilm. It's coming to smartphones and digital cameras soon, and will bring a film-like look to pictures taken with them. We saw it…
Social Media

Instagramming about marijuana could result in 6-figure fine, jail time

A new report warns Instagram users posting images of themselves smoking weed could face a fine and jail time in states with harsh anti-marijuana laws. Fines of up to $150,000 and an 18 month jail sentence could be handed down.

Don’t just record the action with a GoPro, broadcast it live with Periscope

GoPro now supports live broadcasting from a Hero4 Black or Silver camera, thanks to a newly announced integration with Periscope. The feature lets you stream footage in real-time to the Periscope community.

Shutterstock data provides a peek of what to expect in video and photo in 2016

Shutterstock's 2016 Creative Trends data includes the videos, images, music, cultural, and social trends, in various parts of the world, that are likely to dominate the Internet in the new year.