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The New York Times ran an article today about restaurants that ban customers from taking photos of their food. Sparked lots of discussion! Our friends over at Popular Photography put up a response post that addresses how to take photos of your food with two main goals in mind: to take better photos (no flash, people), and to take photos without disturbing other diners. It's a great little guide. Read it here.
Amiigo recognizes more than 100 different exercises, and tabulates burned calories with uncanny accuracy.
Keep your gadgets powered even when you’re off the grid.
Including a vibrating sauna, an all-in-one credit card, a van that converts into a sports car and more
Two big iOS games show what divides the field.
This was the premise for the first Temple Run, a hit mobile game: Your character has stolen an idol from a temple, and has to outrun temple guardians (monkey-beast things) while avoiding obstacles and nabbing coins, for as long as possible. Now, just-released for iOS, is Temple Run 2, and that description pretty much sums it up, too.
Our friends over at Popular Photography focused the full brunt of their expertise on Sony's 24.3MP Cyber-shot RX1, the world's first full-frame digital compact--basically, it's a DSLR the size of a compact (with a price higher than either). With a full-frame CMOS sensor, high pixel count and fast purpose-built lens, it impressed in the lab with extremely high overall image quality. It can also capture 14-bit RAW images, giving you more flexibility to control highlights and shadows. It's definitely one of the most exciting dream-cameras we've seen recently--head over to Pop Photo to read more about it.
A motorized stroller that accelerates to 53 mph.
No more caring about minutes. Free phone calls over Wi-Fi and 3G/4G!
Go anywhere Google Street View goes.
The sensor-equipped Hapifork buzzes and lights up when you eat too fast, reminding you to slow down.
We let you in on our favorite gadgets from CES 2013, and now our friends over at Pop Photo have made their picks for best camera gear of the show. It's full of amazing cameras and awesome accessories, like a super-tough filter. Take a look at the near-future of photography. [Pop Photo]
Also: a guy who says he can cure your dog's aches and pains using a cell phone and extraterrestrial technology. Holy crap, we love CES.
It's not going to replace your home outlet, but for campers or anyone who wants to venture a little bit off the grid, the Nectar fuel cell looks like a solid option.