Flying may be uncomfortable for many, but in-flight entertainment can take out some of the sting. Here are some of the latest in tech.
From corporations to museums and architectural gems devoted to technology, there’s no guarantee they’ll be around forever. Take a trip to these sites before they go the way of Laserdisc and cassettes.
Olympus is the latest to introduce a lens camera, a concept pioneered by Sony. The new Air is a self-contained Micro Four Thirds camera that attaches to a smartphone or tablet, and lets you attach a variety of interchangeable lenses.
Public transportation is more popular than ever, so why are some cities’ still so bad? It doesn’t have to be. Check out these successful mass transit options from around the world.
Polaroid has made its fun and tiny action cam, the Cube, a bit more mobile, thanks to built-in Wi-Fi. The new Cube+ works with a companion app for iOS or Android.
BitTorrent has a new photo app, Shoot, that uses its Sync peer-to-peer technology for transferring photos and videos easily, quickly, and privately between iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices. We take it for a test drive.
If you’re aching to travel but can’t get away, head to the Web and check out our favorite sites for getting out and getting lost.
Adobe has unleashed a ton of new tools, performance enhancements, and other features in its Creative Cloud 2015 update. In addition, Adobe is launching a new in-app stock photo service, and is bringing more mobile apps to Android.
At the 2015 CP+ camera show in Yokohama, Japan, Sigma is introducing a fourth fixed lens version of its dp Quattro camera series. The 14mm dp0 joins a new versatile 24mm DSLR lens.