360 videos are nothing new, but as they grow in popularity and acceptance on platforms like Facebook and YouTube, it’s no surprise companies are in a mad-dash to produce 360 cameras.
I don’t know what I would do if online shopping ceased to exist. Just moments before writing this article I ordered a new camera for a trip I’m going on, and it arrives tomorrow – what a time to be alive! But what about those unfortunate times when your personal data is under attack, because your favorite online retailer had a data breach? Talk about stressful.
Does anyone really enjoy vacuuming? Sure, I like a clean house just as much as the next guy, but not at the expense of me pushing around a vacuum cleaner trying to pickup each crumb that has fallen to the ground.
Award-winning design company Native Union has added new limited edition colors to their charging dock line for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Apple owners will now be available to color coordinate their iDevices in Midnight Blue with gold brushed metal and Stone with rose gold brushed metal.
My regret for not being able to attend the Chicago Auto Show this year lingers with every new release. Like the one that just came from Rand McNally, one of the most trusted sources for maps, navigation, and travel content.
Nikon unveiled something special at CES 2016 this past week. The KeyMission 360 camera is not another point-and-shoot or DSLR, but an action camera that shoots 360-degree video in 4K UHD.
Today at CES 2016, wearable tech brand Fitbit unveiled the latest generation of its smart fitness watch with Fitbit Blaze.