Flying in the economy cabin isn't the most comfortable, but some seats are actually worse. To help you find the right seat, we've assembled some tried-and-true tips that will make your flight feel less like flying cargo.
Disney's latest iPhone app, "Show Your Disney Side," turns your mug into one of several characters from Disney's amusement parks. For Star Wars fans, that means you can "dress up" as Darth Maul or X-Wing Pilot.
Twenty20 is a new agency that focuses on mobile photography. It says it delivers what traditional agencies lack, which is authenticity. Its other secret sauce? A portfolio that already has more than 45 million photos.
The Broadcaster Mini is a new compact gadget from Livestream that turns any camera with HDMI into a live-broadcasting camera. It encodes Full HD 1080p video at 4 Mbps, and supports 5 GHz Wi-Fi for fast streaming.
Despite a new round of venture capital investment, Lytro announced that it is cutting staff and shifting its business toward video and virtual reality. CEO Jason Rosenthal says light-field technology is perfect for VR.
For photographers, videographers, designers, and other users who work with lots of large files, WD has new high-performance My Cloud network-attached storage drives designed with them in mind. In addition, there are new business models.
Owners of Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds camera have two new lens options: a 30mm macro lens for shooting up close, and a 42.5mm lens that's designed for portrait photography.
Sony managed to downsize its Action Cam without degrading image quality or usability, making it one of the best POV models alongside GoPro.
This week, Adobe marks the 25th anniversary of Photoshop, the revolutionary software that ushered in digital imaging on the desktop. We spoke with Adobe's Zorana Gee about Photoshop's past, present, and future.
Wundershine is a new photo frame that blends analog with digital. Prints can be made and ordered via a smartphone app, and the frame uses an automated feeding system to easily swap out color thermal prints.