If you have a music or movie collection that won't fit on your iPhone or iPad, this free app makes everything available on demand.
Selfie sticks are often seen as either handy photographic tools or signs of rampant narcissism in popular culture. But there's plenty of room for both viewpoints, argues Crave's Amanda Kooser.
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Designed for smartphones and digital cameras, the Quick Pod can attach to any tripod to let people talk, make video calls, and snap photos without having to hold the device in their hands.
It's still a long pole that you can perch your camera on.
A little stabilization can make all the difference when you're trying to get a blur-free photo and these mini tripods will get you there.
This unbelievably innovative device (my words) enables you to take self portraits without the help of strangers (their words) and capture a moment when you don't want anyone else there (also their words)
If Flickr's not buying doughnuts for the world, then Tom's not buying. But he's in San Francisco, so he won't have to buy his own doughnut anyway. It's a doughnut paradox.
Three hours of show floor wandering covers only a fraction of the trade show's booth space, but yields a few insights, a few laughs, and a decent massage.
'Quik Pod' lets you take photos of yourself from a short distance