Les Shu

Les Shu

As the photography editor for Digital Trends, I bring with me more than a decade of tech and lifestyle journalism experience. I have written for a variety publications that include Laptop, Men's Fitness, Computer Shopper, More, Best Life, and Men's Journal. My approach to tech is simple: Highlighting the best products that are easy to use with the most bang for your buck. On the side, I am an airline nerd who enjoys building Lego sets.

Lots of sites sell flights. With its price predictions, Hopper sells reassurance

Hopper will tell you whether to book your flight now or wait. And with data from billions of flights on tap, it's not guessing.


Watch synchronized skydives and other amazing videos on GoPro’s new Roku channel

GoPro will launch a new channel on Roku streaming devices, giving viewers another way to consume action cam videos on the big screen. We spoke with Adam Dornbusch, GoPro's head of programming, about the new partnership.


Turn your Android Lollipop phone into a DSLR-like camera with Perfectly Clear

Perfectly Clear's latest version of its app puts more camera features into Android devices, including those normally found in high-end cameras. The app, enhanced for Android Lollipop, comes with several useful auto-fix functions.


Forever 21’s latest knockoff lands company in hot water with Adobe

Fashion retailer Forever 21 has often been accused of ripping off other designers' work. Its latest infringement, however, has software giant Adobe seeking big fines for pirated versions of Photoshop and Illustrator.


Motrr Galileo auto-rotating dock adds support for iPhone 6, new app for video chat

Creating 360-degree panoramas is a cinch on your iPhone if you have a Galileo robotic dock and a free app from Sphere. The dock automatically pans and tilts your iPhone to capture the view all around you.


Trippy Clip lens gives your smartphone camera a far-out feeling, no drugs required

The Trippy Clip is a spring-loaded clip-on lens that attaches onto the camera of almost any smartphone, tablet, or laptop. What it gives your photos is a unique prism effect.


Lag and poor photo quality wash out our enthusiasm for this 360-degree camcorder

The V.360 from VSN Mobil is one of the first 360-degree cameras to hit the market, but first-generation issues make it an early-adopter product.

  • Pros: Easy, fun to use , 360-degree videos and photos , Processing…
  • Cons: Video, photo quality could be improved , Lag, long…

Robot baggage handlers, biometric scanners and more airport upgrades coming soon

Airports are upgrading their technologies to meet the demands of modern travel. While they’ll become cleaner and more efficient, passengers will have to do a lot more on their own.

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