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.
Panasonic is running a photo contest where winners could become honorary members in the company's Luminary Team photographer program. Oh, and three winners could win some photography gear, including the GX8 and G7 cameras.
Adobe has launched Adobe Voice, a new, free storytelling app for iOS that allows users to create short videos using graphics and images. The app comes preloaded with icons, themes, and images from Adobe.
Panasonic's latest Android-powered smart camera, the Lumix CM10, has all the features of its predecessor, the CM1, except the phone call capability. It retains the 1-inch, 4K-capable 20-megapixel camera, and runs Android 5.0 apps.
A new social media campaign featuring marshmallow Peeps intends to attract a new generation of fans. The campaign includes videos encouraging fans to vote for Peeps or the groundhog as the true sign of spring.