Enid Burns is a freelance writer who has covered consumer electronics, online advertising, mobile, technology electronic entertainment, and fitness-related trends for more than a decade. She helps run the fitness tech blog KineticShift.com. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including The New York Daily News, Playboy, and Computer Shopper.
The makers of the iBlazr smartphone flash accessory have created a new and improved version, the iBlazr 2. It uses Bluetooth for wireless operation, and the color temperature can be adjusted for more pleasing illumination.
Sony created a short film showcasing a BMW biker creating a Jackson Pollock-inspired artwork while performing stunts. Three Sony 4K Action Cams were attached to the bike, to capture the art in the making from different…
The Grip Dat is a smartphone accessory that gives you a more comfortable hold, ideal for short-distance selfies or action shots. Built into the handle is a remote shutter button, and the top detaches for remote shooting.
Us Weekly uncovered Kim Kardashian's MySpace page from 2006, when she had barely 850 friends! We learn she went by "princess," wanted children someday, and used a pink page template that looked just as awful as everyone else's.
Continuing to demonstrate its NX1 camera's filmmaking capabilities, Samsung unveiled a new 4K short film about a woman who starts a new life inside her refrigerator. The film stars Marissa Jaret Winokur.
PhotoTime, the intelligent iOS management app that automatically tags your photos, has an updated version that adds support for viewing photos on an Apple Watch, as well as better facial recognition and access to more cloud services.
The Radian 2 is an accessory that helps you capture professional-looking time-lapse videos, using a variety of cameras. This second-generation model now lets you control select cameras with an iOS or Android device.