There are quite a few smartphone apps available these days which can be useful when taking photos with a stand-alone camera, the only problem being trying to juggle two devices at the same time. Flash Dock, which is essentially a smartphone holder with a hot shoe bracket, aims to make things a whole lot easier.
Solid idea: Cardboard cathedral to be built in New Zealand to replace Christchurch’s quake-damaged church
Work will soon begin on architect Shigeru Ban's design for a cardboard cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand. The city's famous cathedral was badly damaged in a quake last year, and so Ban's temporary structure will provide the local community with a new gathering place while they wait for a more permanent cathedral to be built.
The vast majority of those using online dating websites lie about their weight, height and earnings, says matchmaking site Tawkify. It believes that by incorporating Klout scores (something you can't lie about) into its algorithm, it can increase the chances of its members waving bye-bye to singledom forever (or at least, until things stop working out).
Electronics retail giant Best Buy has named the 50 stores it plans to close as it struggles in the face of tough competition from e-commerce giants such as Amazon.
Called The World Tomorrow, Assange will interview politicians, revolutionaries, intellectuals, artists and visionaries. The names of specific guests, however, have not yet been revealed.
A Tokyo court has ordered the Japan arm of Apple to pay a woman damages after she sustained burns from an overheating iPod nano.
Following Japan's devastating quake and tsunami last year, many survivors were unable to access their funds because their bank cards and books had been washed away. The problem gave one bank in the country the idea to develop ATMs using palm-scanning biometric technology, doing away with the need for cards and books.
It's been revealed that Boeing is developing a highly secure smartphone aimed primarily at those working for the government and intelligence agencies.
Sony's new CEO and president announced the company's revival strategy in Tokyo on Wednesday — a strategy that will cost it $925 million and involves the loss of 10,000 jobs.
A new video goes behind the scenes at a Foxconn factory in southern China showing the assembly of Apple's iPad and providing some insight into the lives of workers at the facility.
All hand sizes catered for — Samsung doubles Galaxy Player line-up with introduction of 3.6 and 4.2 PMPs
Samsung has announced two new portable media players, the 3.6 and 4.2 Galaxy Players.
Top of the charts: Instagram may have lost a few iOS users, but it’s gained a whole lot more new ones
It's possible Instagram has lost a number of iOS users in the past week, with some upset about its launch on the Android platform, as well as its takeover by Facebook. But if the company behind the photo-sharing app was at all worried, it needn't have been — on Tuesday it appeared at the top of Apple's iOS App Store chart for the first time.
It only launched three years ago but in that short time 500px has become quite a hit with photographers. Today it hoped to attract a few more to its site by launching a new membership option — Plus — which undercuts Flickr's Pro plan by $5.
When a South African man was bundled into the trunk of his car by two armed robbers, they forgot to take his mobile phone off him. As they drove his car through the streets of Johannesburg, the trapped victim contacted his girlfriend, who then tweeted about the emergency situation, setting off a chain of events which eventually led to his rescue.
A new plan to combat mobile phone theft will be announced by the Federal Communications Commission, major US wireless carriers and police departments on Tuesday. "We all have to do our part," DC police chief Cathy Lanier said. "This is our society saying we’re not going to take it anymore."