The new over-the-lens clamp-and-magnet design for its special-effects lenses works a lot better than the company's earlier mount, but it's also bigger and an eye-popping peridot color.
For the thousands who buy and sell photos, the rules are changing again as Adobe links its software to its own stock-art site. Next up: an upstream connection so photographers can contribute works to the marketplace.
At this year's I/O developers conference, Google offered the usual assortment of sneak peeks at software updates and new features, but some high-profile products didn't make an appearance.
Adobe ceases development on its mobile cross-platform image-editing app to make way for a more modern version, but promises Android for more of its apps by the end of the year.
The photography software just got a little more powerful with two technologies for merging a series of frames into one -- panoramas and multiple exposures.
The company just launched a Kickstarter for the second generation of its rig, and it looks pretty awesome -- if you accept a few rough edges.
With new technologies and standards well on their way, TV color realism will significantly improve for the first time since the dawn off color TV. Behold, the technicolored future.
The non-weather-sealed version of the lens is imminent.
Sony posts a video to YouTube showing the SmartEyeGlass Attach in action, as the prototype offers everything from mapping data to assistance in hitting a tennis ball.
Though there are only a couple of lenses at the moment and it only fits the iPhone 6, Moment's case Kickstarter already blew past its goal.