Washington D.C.'s police chief issues an order that "recognizes that members of the general public have a First Amendment right to video record, photograph, and/or audio record" the police.
Take photos of the spectacular ring of fire this Sunday without harming your camera (or your vision).
With an early March launch of the iPad 3 looking more and more feasible, parts suppliers and third-party resellers are adding rumors on a daily basis to possibly help shape the look and feel of Apple's next-generation tablet.
Researchers show off software that lets you duplicate keys from just a photograph of a key.
The California town of Tiburon votes to set up permanent cameras to record the license plate of every car on its roads. Is this one more step toward a surveillance state?
Publication has a new online photo wall that creates an infinite mosaic out of users' uploaded photos.
Coat? Check. Torch? Check. Camera? Check. Let's go and capture the bright lights of Bonfire Night with top tips from around the Web, then
Separate suits both involve copyright violation: one alleges that Apple used a photo in promotional materials without permission; the second charges the company with selling a potentially "copycatted" song in iTunes Store.
Check out The 404 Show's Jeff Bakalar as he explores the tech behind GameSpot's impressive 3D photo booth here at Comic-Con 2013.
A DIY diva who showed us how to make a 3D-printed record has now taught us how to print photographs using a 3D printer.