Posts Tagged: "Camera"

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Petcube Camera Review

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Pet owners rejoice — Petcube is here to answer the ultimate question: what does your dog or cat do when they’re home alone? Now you’ll know because this wireless video streaming camera lets you see what your pets are up to. The Cube Is Here Shaped like a cube, the...

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iStabilizer Dolly for Smartphones Review

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If the next Steven Spielberg is shooting with a smartphone, he’d better have the right equipment. Hand-held shots that blur and bounce across the landscape or jerk as they move don’t look any better now that HD video can be shot. Getting a professional look means being able to control...

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LyfeShot Blynk Time-Lapse Camera Review

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Why does tech have to be complicated? Take a perfectly simple example: that of a portable and “wearable” camera that documents what you’re seeing as you go about your business. But then all kinds of “tech” — accelerometers and sensors  and smartphone viewfinders — gets added which drives up the...

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Never Take A Crappy iPhone Picture Again

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Some are great at taking pictures, while others don’t innately have the skills on how to get great shots. The Relonch Camera is for those who have no clue what they’re doing when taking pictures. The new camera makes it hard to take trashy photos and makes you a better photographer than...

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Ematic EGD172 7” Dual-Core Multi-Touch Tablet Review

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Android tablets may be commonplace but that doesn’t mean they’re all alike. The reason so many 7” tablets are available is that they cater to the differing needs of the consumer looking to buy them. So what makes the $69.99 Ematic’s EGD172 7” Dual-Core Multi-Touch Tablet stand out? That it...

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Catalyst Lifestyle Catalyst Case for iPhone 5/5S Review

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Cases for iPhone’s need to be as functional as they are protective. That’s not much of a problem these days, except when the case also has to be waterproof. Then the problem becomes the “chicken and the egg,” only here it’s “waterproof versus protection” with one technology giving way to...

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IK Multimedia iRing Review

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ouch screens have spoiled most of us when it comes to interacting with our devices — after all, isn’t touching an icon simpler and quicker than having to tap it with a stylus? But lost in all this is the desire that preceded all this — what I call “Abracadabra”,...