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…
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.
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.
Risking negative feedback and lower interaction rates from core users, Facebook has opened up the spigot for serving ads on Instagram. Many of these ads are video clips rather than traditional banner ads.
Brother has a new line of printers designed for business environments and demanding home offices. The monochrome laser single-function, multifunction, and copier devices tout connectivity, fast speeds, and high volumes.
Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece may be a fixture on New York City's famed Museum Mile, but now, even if you're not a Manhattanite, you can explore the Guggenheim anytime you want, thanks to the Google Cultural Institute.
Everyone's favorite astronaut Scott Kelly sent some pretty phenomenal shots of our beautiful planet from his miles-high vantage point, and as it turns out, Jonas' power was palpable even from the International Space Station.
Explore a whole planet in Crashlands, or ring up a group of friends to play Exploding Kittens on iOS -- this week's list of engaging apps will keep you preoccupied. Check out the five top apps of the week.