Three Birmingham City University students developed a new cane that will allow the blind to be guided to their loved ones using facial recognition technology. The students plan to demo the cane later this year.
Don't take your selfies at an Anna Wintour-hosted event, or you might not be able to come back to it. Celebrities defied her strict no-selfie policy, with reports that the Vogue editor is none too pleased.
When you take Instagram photos of your food, how do the pictures turn out? Maybe you just need a better plate, like the ones at Carmel Winery, which were specially made for using smartphones for food photography.
A new study from the U.K. says that some people are continually traumatizing themselves by repeatedly looking at distressing, news-related images on social media. This had led to mental health concerns.
Browsing and searching for photos in Flickr is no longer a tedious chore. The photo-sharing service launched new features that make the experience faster and easier than ever, and overhauled its mobile apps to streamline the user experience.
After a chance discovery, a research team at the University of Houston have produced a reusable lens that turns your smartphone into a microscope. What's more, one costs just $5, and it's on Kickstarter right now.
Marvel Studios' upcoming, two-part Avengers: Infinity War saga will be the first feature film shot entirely with IMAX and ARRI's brand new, next-generation 2D digital Alexa 65 cameras.
Parents have long been bothered by the danger of sharing pictures of their kids on social media. Now, an app called Sherish claims to let them share those pictures without any privacy concerns.
Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are selling well, but it turns out they aren't all made equal. Some Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge models are made with camera sensors from different parties, even though the rest of the handset is the same.
Talking about what a camcorder can do is good, but seeing what it can produce is even better. To see what Canon's new C300 Mark II and XC10 4K-capable camcorders can do, checking out these short videos.
The Xperia C4 is the latest device to explode onto the selfie scene. It's a big, 5.5-inch smartphone with a 5-megapixel front camera, equipped with an LED flash, and a wide-angle lens.
Motorola was ordered by a jury in San Francisco to pay Fujifilm $10 million in damages related to patent infringement. According to Motorola, the company is looking for a way to dispute the damages.
Kim Kardashian took to Instagram this past weekend to show off her body in racy images that were meant to help promote the launch of her new book, Selfish. The starlet has a huge Instagram following.
What's next for Google+? And is anyone still using it? The social network seems to have a brand-new feature called Collections, which is reminiscent of Pinterest. Collections began rolling out recently.
Microsoft's HoloLens is said to have many applications and uses because it is bringing virtual objects into the environmental space. Sketchfab's partnership with Microsoft is a huge step forward to bringing 3D objects into reality.