Columba Bush, Jeb's wife, has just started Twitter and Instagram accounts to introduce herself to the public, as a way to appeal to Hispanic millennials, who use social media more than other demographics.
Fujifilm's X-T10 mirrorless camera puts the company's best features inside a compact, lightweight body. In addition, the company has an X-T1 firmware update that improves performance, and new 90mm lens.
A new leak may have given us a glimpse of a new Sony smartphone, and it's following two of the major up and coming trends of the year - an almost bezel-free screen, and a massive 13-megapixel selfie cam.
A Chicago-area, underage teen girl and her boyfriend may have violated Illinois' anti-sexting law after sending nude Snapchat photos. Officials worry that the popular social network presents a "new crisis."
To show how California's drought is affecting the state, NBC News flew a drone over Lake Oroville, the second largest reservoir. The footage shows just how low the water level has gotten.
Microsoft has released Hyperlapse, its clever first-person video smoothing software, which aims to rid the world of shaky action cam footage. It's available for Android and Windows.
Snapchat's new feature lets users zoom in while they're shooting video on their phones. This is a long-awaited feature that's made easier by the fact that pinching isn't even necessary to zoom in.
Ever want to give your photos that psychedelic look? UltraLab has an app for that -- UltraPop 2.0, which has been released on the App Store and can be used on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Wish you could become an animated character? Soon, with the help of MashMe's software, you may be able to transform yourself into an animated dino or robot, among other things. MashMe is currently on Kickstarter.
A new messaging app is hoping to make your conversations livelier through creative elements like photos, videos, stickers, and photo collages, touting celebrity users like Nicki Minaj and Sean "Diddy" Combs.
Using rocket-induced lightning and acoustic imaging, scientists were able to photograph thunder for the first time, with great detail. Researchers are hoping to better understand how thunder forms.
The artists behind the removed Edward Snowden bust in Brooklyn have made a 3D printable version of it for anyone to have. Snowden fans with a 3D printer can now have an exact, 8-inch replica of the bust.
Researchers at MIT have developed an algorithm that analyzes a photo to reduce the reflection in photos caused by glass and windows. The research could lead to future tech for removing reflections completely.
"You never look as ugly as you do in a selfie," said Cannes Film Festival director Thierry Fremaux about the unofficial ban. Selfies will be discouraged by security during the festival, especially on the red carpet.