An octopus in a New Zealand aquarium is taking pictures of visitors with a Sony Cyber-shot camera. Sony created a video of the "octographer" in action to brag about its underwater camera.
Selfies might be a global phenomenon only second to karaoke, but they're not the easiest to perfect. Check out our roundup of the best smartphone apps for beautifying your self portrait, so you can whiten those teeth and refine those skin tones on the fly.
Adonit's first drawing app, Forge, aims to help designers filter through ideas and find their next project. We spoke with the app's creator and an animator who uses it regularly, before we tested it out ourselves.
GoPro announced that it's partnering with MotoGP to capture the action of one of the world's premier motorcycle racing tournaments. GoPro cams will shoot behind-the-scenes footage, race perspectives, and course previews.
More connected than ever, today’s travellers require gear that’s just as smart or efficient as their mobile devices. Here are some of our new favorites.
When it comes to virtual travel, it's all about the photography. VueVoyage is a travel-focused social network that curates the world's best destinations based on photos.
Google's long-neglected photo editing app, Snapseed, has finally received some much-needed attention. It's gaining great new tools on Android and iOS. The photo editing app is now more full-featured and offers non-destructive edits.
A simple new feature from Imgur makes it fast and easy to repost an image on a blog or website. The new embed code option also properly attributes the photo to its original owner.
Finding the appropriate stock image can be difficult, but it’s even harder when you have to guess what your client might or might not like. After listening to user feedback and studying the way its offerings were being used, as well as conducting…
Dolby announced a partnership with AMC that will see 100 of the sprawling chain's premium offerings converted to Dolby Cinema technology, which includes Atmos and Dolby Vision.
For far too long, uploading a slow-motion video to Twitter from your iPhone resulted in the clip being played back at normal speed. Now Twitter will play slow-motion video uploaded by iPhone users as it is meant to be seen.