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Got 50 bucks burning a hole in your pocket? Here’s the best tech to spend it on

Now that TVs and tablets cost more than ever, everyone is on a lookout for electronics on the cheap. Check out our favorite tech accessories for under $50, whether you're looking for a fitness tracker or a means of capturing photos from…
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Picture this: A new imaging technology might better detect disease

HySP imaging technology allows researchers to distinctly identify different proteins and molecules. Could it help in finding disease? That's what researchers at USC plan to do next.
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Nikon KeyMission 360 cams will live-stream the presidential inauguration

The USA Today Network is looking to the power of virtual reality to create an unprecedented online viewing experience for the presidential inauguration on January 20. Nikon KeyMission 360 cameras will live-stream the event to YouTube.
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Studyhub connects you with on-demand tutors for your science and math homework

If you've been looking for a tutor in mathematics, chemistry, or physics, look no more. Studyhub is a new iOS app designed to pair you up with a "world class" tutor to help you better understand your high school homework problems.
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The key to smaller cameras that don’t suck could lie in this incredible material

Researchers recently used graphene to develop a tiny camera sensor with a high resolution -- and low noise levels. The supermaterial helps the smaller sensors to manage more pixels without degrading image quality.
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Canon filed more U.S. patents than Google, Apple, and Intel in 2016

If you had to guess which tech companies filed the most patents, would Canon be on your list? In 2016, the Japanese imaging giant filed over 3,000 patents, earning it third place among filers in the United States
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Photo Grid collage app adds enhanced interface, AI to the mix in update

The popular, free collage app PhotoGrid has a new design, new personal recommendations, and new filters, thanks to an update. The latest version is available for both iOS and Android.
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Weekly rewind: Nintendo Switch incoming, incredible space photos, Vegas' self-driving buses

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…
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VSCO closes its New York offices — including the free photo studio

The company behind the popular mobile editing app VSCO has downsized back to two locations after opening in New York only last year. The company's free photo studio also closed, but could be reopening in California.
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Modular, lightweight Motocrane is the first universal car-mounted camera rig

Motocrane is a one-size-fits-all solution for using your car as a mobile video camera dolly. Designed to be as universal, the setup includes everything you need, from the camera arm to the wireless monitor.
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Adobe experiments with the possibility of 3D face rotations — on a 2D image

What if you could rotate a 2D portrait in 3D? That's the idea Adobe Research is working on in the latest in a series of teasers. The third teaser comes after a Siri-like voice assistant for Photoshop and a 3D version of Photoshop.
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Red’s Helium 8K S35 camera obliterates DxOMark sensor score record

Cinema-oriented camera company Red has outdone itself, beating its already-impressive DxOMark Sensor Score record by more than half a dozen points with its new Helium 8K S35 sensor.