The new feature provides better performance in low-light areas and rapidly snaps several photos to help users get the perfect shot.
A massive hydraulic arm wowed the crowd at a Google I/O party Wednesday night. But the poor robotic appendage really needs a good caption. Can you lend us a hand, readers?
A photo of a massive robot arm entertaining guests at a Google I/O party this week really needed a good caption, so we reached out to readers. Here's what they came up with.
In what might be one of the more unfortunate closed-captioning snafus of recent years, a Twitter user posts a photo of what he says is a Fox affiliate mistakenly presenting the heart-object of certain nerds as suspect No. 2.
Keen to anthropomorphize your pet? Google+ will let you annotate your photos now, which actually is a good idea.
Want to change the way YouTube handles captions for you? No problem, just follow these five steps.
The Google video site gets a browser-based tool that enables users to write captions for videos they've uploaded to the service. No third-party software necessary.
Want to mount your smartphone (or even a tablet) to a tripod? Sharon shows you a simple, affordable solution you can create in minutes.
The BBC has released six photos from "Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor," airing November 23.
The caption originally misidentified the subject of the final image in this report. Her name is Vivienne Ming.