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The new real: Paul McCartney offers a virtual reality experience of live performance

A new virtual realty app from Jaunt allows fans to view Paul McCartney perform live in virtual reality from multiple angles.


Turn your hand-drawn sketches into digital files with this smart notebook

Now you can turn your hand-drawn Moleskine sketches into digital files for editing on Adobe's Creative Cloud apps. The Moleskine Smart Notebook is available for pre-order and should arrive in December.


Shoot 360-degree wide-angle time-lapse videos with GoPro mount for Galileo dock

Now you can easily shoot 360-degree, wide-angle time-lapse videos with your GoPro with a new mount for the Motrr Galileo rotating dock. The dock automatically rotates, pans, and tilts, letting you create smooth videos.


Get up-close and personal with Fujifilm’s macro adapters for X-series cameras

Fujifilm has a pair of new macro adapters that add magnification to X-series Fujinon lenses. In addition, Fujinon has several new firmware updates, and new software for tethering a camera to a PC.


Kenu’s Stance is a mini tripod for iPhones, but moonlights as a beer bottle opener

The Stance from Kenu is a lightweight and compact tripod for iPhones with Lightning connectors, useful for photography and FaceTime calls. It also functions as a kickstand and a bottle opener.


Canon ups the ante for APS-C DSLRs, but is the 7D Mark II overpriced?

Canon’s EOS 7D Mark II is a big advancement over its predecessor, but can its high price tag justify its new capabilities? We take a first-look at this new DSLR.


PhotoTime app puts an end to tagging, automatically sorts your pictures

PhotoTime, a new photo management apps for iOS, uses image and facial recognition technology to automatically tag and organize your photos. While not perfect, the app works as advertised.


Throw out your scanner, this app makes preserving print photos a snap(shot)

Heirloom is a new mobile app for digitally scanning, storing, and then sharing print photos, without the pain of using a traditional desktop scanner. The clever tech has the job done in seconds, so photos can be privately shared with friends and family.


Prynt turns your smartphone into a Polaroid camera and an augmented reality wonder

A startup called Prynt wants to inject a little more shareable fun into things with a smartphone case that prints photos in about 30 seconds. It also has the ability to instantly turn physical photos into videos.

Cool Tech

Make the most out of photography with the best entry-level DSLRs

For passionate photographers looking to take their picture taking to the next level, look no further than a DSLR. We've chosen our favorite entry-level DSLR models to get you started, each of which is heavy on advanced features and easy on your wallet.


Lytro’s Illum light-field camera takes adventure photography to new heights

Iceland is one of photographer Chris Burkard's favorite places to shoot. He returns to the country, but this time he is armed with Lytro's new Illum, a new high-end light-field camera that lets you refocus and interact with the images.


Canon's MG7520 is adept at printing gallery-quality photos and school essays

Looking for a home printer that can master high quality prints for photos and school essays? The Canon Pixma MG7520 is the perfect device.

  • Pros: Excellent output quality , Duplex printing , NFC support…
  • Cons: No fax capability , No automatic duplex scanning , Limited…

Getty Images’ new Stream app lets you browse its vast image library and share content

Getty Image's first consumer-focused app lets users explore and share the stock agency's constantly expanding image library. Called Stream, the free app for iOS and OS X is designed to push the firm's recently launched embed model.


Take the stress out of holiday travel with these gadgets, apps, and tips

Despite the festive-sound name, holiday travel is one of the more stressful times of the year. Learn how to breeze through using the latest tech, apps, and services.

Buying Guides

Lumera makes DSLRs smarter by leveraging your smartphone

Lumera, a DSLR attachment on Kickstarter, imbues DSLRs with intelligence and connectivity using a smartphone. You can then adjust settings remotely and improve balance and lighting.