Lightroom and Bridge users will no longer have to open a web browser to sell stock photos. With Adobe Stock Contributor, now in public beta, photographers and graphic artists will be able to sell their own images without leaving…
SanDisk has reached another milestone in memory card capacity with a 1TB SD card. It's big enough to hold a million, one-megabyte JPEGs or 12,500 RAW files from Sony's 42-megapixel A7R II mirrorless camera.
GoPro has made its biggest announcement to date: the reveal of its highly anticipated Karma drone and new Hero5 cameras with advanced features. The company is also launching a new cloud-based subscription service.
The Canary Flex is a strikingly attractive home security camera that can operate indoors or outdoors, wired or wirelessly. With an optional LTE mount, it can even work in remote locations beyond Wi-Fi range.
Lexar announced new Android-compatible JumpDrives and MicroSD card readers, which both offer USB Type-C connectors, as well as a new line of High-Endurance MicroSD cards for always-on devices, like security cameras.
Sigma continues its push into the world of ultra high-resolution optics with the announcement of three Sigma Art lenses in the Global Vision Line: the Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG HSM Art, Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM Art Ultra-Wide Angle Zoom, and the…
A new update for Google Photos adds faster sharing features, but also introduces a new "creative concepts" function for those mini-films of your trips the Assistant creates. They will be created using a specific style or concept.
NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is currently hosting Destination: Mars, an exhibit that uses Microsoft's HoloLens to send visitors to the Red Planet. It's part of the center's general admission, but visitors are required to…
Olympus has officially announced its latest midrange mirrorless camera, the PEN E-PL8. Almost identical internally to its predecessor, the updated camera receives a bit of a face-lift. Olympus also released its brand new FL-900R flash.
Coming off a flurry of other announcements, Olympus surprised at Photokina with the unveiling of the E-M1 Mark II, the replacement to the three-year-old E-M1. The new camera offers numerous improvements, including an advanced 4K video mode.