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videography

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Appologic's Videography app turns iPhone into a motion-tracking video camera

With help from Motrr's Galileo 360-robotic spinning platform for iPhone/iPod, the app tracks your movements so you're always on camera.

By March 4, 2014

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Sony FE-mount power zoom cine lens merges old and new

The first full-frame power zoom lens promises the control of a cine lens with the convenience of videography features.

By September 12, 2014

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CNET How-To is hiring. Come write for us!

Come write for CNET How-To direct from the comfort of your own home -- if you so desire. We're hiring a freelancer and we want you!

By May 16, 2014

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United Airlines to Google Glass wearer: Take off high-tech specs

Woman who was ticketed for wearing Glass while driving says airline's request that she remove the device is a "reptilian reaction at its best."

By April 25, 2014

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Brock Davis: An artist who gets the Net (Q&A)

For this Minneapolis artist, the Internet isn't just a way to show his work. The constraints and abilities of sites like Instagram, Vine, and Flickr are an intrinsic part of the art itself.

By March 30, 2014

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Ematic announces 8-inch Android tablet priced at $129.99

In case you're keeping score, that's a full $200 less than Apple's 8-inch tablet. How does it compare? On paper, surprisingly well.

By September 30, 2013

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Function Flashlight is LED light for all occasions

With up to 1,600 lumens, this compact LED on Indiegogo goes on anything from bike helmets to backpacks and cameras.

By August 2, 2013

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Amulet camera records your life, stores it in cloud

ParaShoot is a compact, wearable prototype camera that can record at intervals or continuously. Slap on a custom cover to make it cute or fashionable.

By June 9, 2013

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Padcaster takes iPad videography to next level

This case helps turn an iPad into a mobile video-recording studio and can double as a digital SLR cage.

By March 29, 2013

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Your very own drone, to follow you home

Universal Air got its start with a $15,000 Kickstarter campaign that earned $220,000. Now it wants to make drones that can autonomously follow you around. Without an Internet signal.

By May 11, 2013