Mirrorless photographers can shoot strap free with Spider's holster system

Photographers using lightweight cameras can now access the popular Spider holster in a size designed specifically for smaller shooters, thanks to a Kickstarter that has almost reached its goal after just 24 hours.
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Instagram lets you support friends whose mental health you may be concerned about

Instagram is taking a page out of parent company Facebook’s book by launching self-harm and suicide prevention support tools for its 500 million users. The app is also taking a more hands-on approach in monitoring concerning behavior.

Facebook Messenger brings its Snapchat-style Stories feature to Australia

Facebook Messenger is testing its own take on Snapchat's popular Stories feature in Australia, after introducing it in Poland last month. Expanding the feature to a new region indicates a global roll-out may be on the cards.

Here’s a list of cool portfolio sites for photographers who want to showcase their work

You might be a newbie photographer who fancies the idea of finally showcasing some of your work online, or possibly a seasoned pro looking for a new platform to boost your brand. Either way, this list of portfolio site builders should be…
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Facebook rolls out Live video scheduling feature for verified Pages

Facebook Live is rolling out its video scheduling function to verified pages and, in the coming weeks, to all users. The feature, first announced in June, allows publishers to schedule live broadcasts up to one week in advance.

Macphun’s Luminar customizable photo editor is like Instagram on steroids

Luminar is built to adapt to a user’s skill level and personal preference, offering everything from filters and presets to advanced exposure adjustments and retouching tools normally reserved for Photoshop.

I was blind but now I read: Wearable cameras can help legally blind read text

Wearable cameras can help the legally blind read and identify faces, a new study suggests. Using a camera with character and facial recognition, study participants more than tripled their test scores.

25 awesome laptop bags for everyone, from students to globetrotters

Choosing the right laptop bag is no easy feat. No one likes to second guess themselves. Here are some of the best laptop bags on the market — from backpacks to sleeves — so you can get it right the first time around.

Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon processors, gigabit modem, camera platform

Qualcomm took the wraps off a bevy of new products: the Snapdragon 653, 626, and 427. It also unveiled gigabit modem and connected camera platform, both of which will launch later this year.

What a tease: Fujifilm offers glimpse of upcoming square instant film camera

Fujifilm announced last month that a square instant film camera was in the works, but now the company has released a glimpse of what that camera looks like. So what does Fujifilm's square format revival look like?

Amazon Prime's unlimited photo storage just became shareable — and searchable

Access to unlimited photo storage from Amazon no longer necessarily requires a subscription -- Prime members can now share the photo storage with up to five people, including both downloads and uploads.

Joy is a $500 tablet that’s a curated digital frame for your photos

The CEO of Joy wants to make digital photo albums better. His solution? A $500 tablet that can only act as a digital frame for your curated albums. It's 13.3 inches, and is meant to sit in your home on its wireless charger.