If you’re worried about embarrassing videos or saucy snaps falling into the wrong hands, then you need to take action to safeguard them from prying eyes. Here’s how to hide photos on your Android device.
Hyperlapses can be fun, but did you know you don't actually have to go anywhere to make them? For example, this impressive bit of work by Italian student Matteo Archondis uses screenshots from Google Maps and nothing else.
If you're applying for a passport or renewing one, you need to submit a photo along with your official application. There are strict guidelines, but fortunately, it's something you can do at home. Here's how.
The new firmware promises quieter image stabilization in both still and video modes, while also adding support for Dual I.S. 2 when using the Leica-branded 100-400mm f/4-6.3 telephoto zoom lens on the G85.
A slew of new accessories introduced this week from DJI aims to help keep the Mavic Pro safe from damage, including a propeller cage, guards and a sleeve for the body. There is also a new battery hub to keep the drone in the air longer.
The Pixlplay from Pixl Toys looks to breathe new life into your retired Android or iPhone by turning it into a fun, kid-friendly camera. The device is being funded through Kickstarter and is seeking $25,000.
The Harvard research team behind the first flat lens is back -- and now the group has updated its design to allow the lens to capture colors. The previous version could only capture one wavelength at a time.
People tend to take a ton of photos using their smartphone, but not all are meant to be shared or seen. Luckily, hiding photos on your iOS device is easy, whether you want to use built-in utilities or apps with added security.