Prayers have been answered and hard work has paid off, as the Hiroshima Prefecture has released "Hiroshima cat’s street view," which is, as its name suggests, a daring look into street life from the eyes of a cat.
The U.S. Department of Energy is building a 3.2-gigapixel camera for the upcoming Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST). The camera will capture stunning high-resolution images of the southern sky from its Chilean location.
HP offers a convenience that automatically sends out replacement ink cartridges when your printer is running low. The company is highlighting its Instant Ink subscription-based program with new Envy and OfficeJet models.
What happens when you give 100 disposable cameras to London's homeless? You get unique perspectives from the eyes of an often marginalized group. Cafe Art, a homeless support group, plans to turn those photos into a calendar via…
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The Microdia Xtra Elite MicroSD card features a staggering 512GB of storage and an even more shocking $1,000 price tag. That's a lot of money, but this card is the largest of its kind to date. Now the question is, when will we see it?