Better photo tech should help Google's Android-powered phones escape the techie buyer niche. Too bad there's no image stabilization.
While the Roxio Game Capture system might satisfy the ultranovice game capturer, many average users and do-it-yourselfers will be better served seeking alternatives.
Some of the changes Google made to its new Nexus duo reveal how the company is correcting the missteps it took with the Nexus 6.
A man standing on a thin piece of fiberglass gets a visit from two very large mammals off the coast of Australia.
A shiver is one name for a group of sharks. It's also what you'll do as you see this footage of dozens of the creatures swimming together off the coast of Florida.
Technically Incorrect: A driver in Southern California records a student pilot politely observing vehicle etiquette -- even if he's in the wrong type of vehicle.
Thanks to Apple's new iPhones, the next wave of super-high-def video won't flow from Hollywood or pro sports leagues. It will bubble up from people like you.
We see which phone takes better shots in low-light -- the iPhone 6S Plus, the Samsung Galaxy S6 or the older iPhone 6.
Technically Incorrect: In Maryland, law enforcement arrests two men who were allegedly planning to drop all sorts of contraband into jails.
The upcoming flagship smartphone lacks a technology called optical image stabilization, which counteracts blurry or shaky images. But improvements are on the way.