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A Realistic Guide To Using Gadgets On The Beach

Headed to the beach this month? All manner of dedicated speakers, coolers and phone cases are going to be vying for your don’t-get-sand-or-water-in-it money. Do you really need to pay money to achieve that? Sometimes yes and sometimes no. Let’s look at the why and how and save you both cash and broken phones.


What Drones Can You Buy And Fly In Australia Today?

Quadcopters in all shapes and forms can be loads of fun. From aerial photography, to FPV racing or just flying around inside your house, there is drone for you. So what are the best models available and what else do you need to know before you get started?


Polaroid Zip Review: Tiny, Fast, And Pretty Damn Fun

When I was a teenager, I got a job at Kmart to fund my photography habit. It bought me my first SLR — but also a later model Polaroid, arguably one of the greatest cameras ever. Polaroid has a new device that attempts to recapture some of that old magic: The Zip.


Android's Upcoming Camera App Might Choose Your Best Shot Automatically

The latest incremental update for Android’s Camera app, version 2.5 is out, and according to Android Police, the most exciting stuff — a burst-fire mode that automatically finds the best image — is hidden under the hood.


Sony Launches Selfie Smartphone

As annoying as the whole selfie fad is (don’t get us started on the sticks), sometimes it’s actually pretty handy to be able to snap a picture of yourself. But is it worth buying an entire phone for?


This Helmet Protects You From Your GoPro

Last year, former Formula One Champion Michael Schumacher fell while skiing and suffered a traumatic brain injury even though he was wearing a helmet. The culprit? Some sources blame his helmet-mounted GoPro. Now, Sweet Protection has designed the first snow helmet capable of protecting you from your action camera.


Guy Invents An 8-Bit Instant Camera Gun That Prints Images In Receipts

This 8-bit instant camera gun might be useless but it’s definitely cool. His inventor, the Moscow-based media-artist and musician Dmitry Morozov, put it together using and old Game Boy, a camera, a thermal printer and Arduino.


The Tech Inside This Satellite May Soon Scan Your Skin For Cancer

The European Space agency has just announced that doctors will be adapting its Proba-V vegetation-scanning satellite camera for a decidedly non-vegetative purpose: Monitoring human skin cells. The hardware within this satellite may, in a few years, form the core of a new medical device that doctors can use to scan human skin for disease.


Man, I Hope Lytro Can Find A Good Use For Its Amazing Tech

I’ve never been more impressed by something as useless as Lytro’s incredible cameras. Let’s hope the company can actually find something useful to do with it before it expires. Right now, the company’s laying people off and going into survival mode.


The Ultimate Photographer's Backpack?

This new Aperture from Boreas offers all-round protection for your camera gear in an internal frame backpack suitable for long-distance outdoors adventure. It promises to be more versatile and more comfortable than anything else out there.


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