Amazon is now taking photos to show exactly where your packages are being deposited. This may cut down on customer confusion and also serves as photographic evidence of the successful delivery of your precious cargo.
Traditional camera makers barely made a peep at CES 2018, but that didn't mean the show was devoid of new cameras. From drones to AR/VR and 360-degree cameras, we look back at some of favorite photo gear.
Instagram announced the ability to reply to Instagram stories with either a photo or video. "From selfies to Boomerangs, now you can be even more fun and playful when you respond to friends," Instagram wrote.
Everything came right for SpaceX on Saturday when it successfully landed another of its rockets on a floating platform after a four-month break. Heck, it even managed to snap a stunning photo just moments before the rocket touched down.
Ricoh Innovations has released a new service designed to bring all of your photos together into a single location accessible from anywhere, supported by apps for Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, and desktop computers.
The CEO of Joy wants to make digital photo albums better. His solution? A $500 tablet that can only act as a digital frame for your curated albums. It's 13.3 inches, and is meant to sit in your home on its wireless charger.
A recently released photo from Kodak teases what appears to be a dedicated shutter release button bearing the Kodak logo on the side of a smartphone device. This wouldn't be Kodak's first foray into smartphones.
Affinity isn't playing games. On Tuesday, it showed off a demo of Affinity Photo for iPad, its robust Photoshop competitor, running entirely on an iPad Pro. Combined with Apple's upcoming iOS 10, this could be the best mobile editing…