Biker Brandon Semenuk made history recently. He's the first to perform not only the longest shot in action sports history, but it was all captured in one continuous take. The film's creators employed a sophisticated camera system to shoot the scene.
Can I bring my selfie stick? Probably not, but if you want to check first whether the venue you're visiting will let you extend your pole or ask you to leave it at the door, here's a website that can help.
The drone market could be worth several biliion dollars in the next five years, so it's no big surprise that Samsung's R&D team is reportedly looking into the possibility of launching an autonomous device for consumers designed primarily for taking selfies.
Hotel company Residence Inn is experimenting with augmented reality at some of its properties. Using a mobile-based app developed by Blippar, guests can unlock fun interactive experiences. It's all part of a goal to appeal to tech-savvy millennials.
Definitely a contender for one of the worst selfie attempts of 2015, a woman visiting Yellowstone Park thought it would be a brilliant idea to stand near a massive bison in order to capture the moment with a photo.
Flickr is reintroducing its Pro subscription plan. For $50 a year, users get access to new and improved analytics, ad-free browsing, and discounts for Adobe's Creative Cloud Photography plan and Flickr merchandise.
GoPro president Tony Bates announced on Tuesday the company has been working on a new mobile app that will allow users to edit and share videos from their mobile device. The app is in its final phase of testing and should launch by the end of the summer.
Protect has developed a new anti-poaching system called RAPID (Real-time Anti Poaching Intelligence Device) that aims to solve the problem by embedding video cameras directly into the horns of the remaining rhino population, thereby making it easier for…