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Double, Double: Sound Kick BT Speaker, Nikon COOLPIX P530 [DEALS]

This week, we're gearing up towards Father's Day and the stereotypical tech-loving dad will most likely appreciate a new toy to add to his collection. And so we're bringing you not one but two sweet deals for you to consider for yourself or for your paternal unit. Those who love playing their tunes out loud wherever they go might opt for the Sound Kick Bluetooth Speaker while those with a more creative slant might reach for the Nikon COOLPIX P530 digital camera. Both at discounted prices, of course.

Samsung developing denser batteries, slimmer camera modules

This is not a surprise, if you guys know what I mean. Samsung should be doing research in these areas, given the trend of ever-increasing battery capacity and the “slimming down” of devices. We are talking about Samsung looking into denser batteries (that means higher capacity to you), and slimmer camera modules (which means slimmer devices overall).

DxOMark outs ratings for HTC One M9, mild improvement from M8

DxOMark is one of the industry leaders in providing hardware ratings for photo imaging and video for mobile devices. Basically, they test the heck out of the device and rate it according standards based on common attributes in cameras – including contrast quality, color capture, autofocus capabilities, texture, noise and artifacts in the images, among others. Their most recent target is the current HTC flagship, the HTC One M9.

Turn unused gadgets into surveillance equipment with AtHome Camera

Surveillance equipment used to just be the territory of the CIA, spies, and pop culture. But now that a lot more people are constantly traveling or are leaving their pets at home or the kids with the nannies, we've seen the resurgence of nanny cams, pet cams, etc. But getting the actual equipment can be quite expensive. Now, all you need are unused gadgets and an app called AtHome Camera and you can set up your very own home surveillance system.

Difference between Sony, Samsung camera sensors in Galaxy S6 shown

There was a rumor going around that Samsung was not using Sony’s IMX240 camera sensor/module exclusively on its new flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S6. That rumor has been proven true – whether it was caused by a shortage of Sony’s sensors we don’t really know – but some enterprising reporters have checked and found out that their Galaxy S6 has Samsung’s own ISOCELL camera sensor. Now the big question is – is there a difference?

HTC One M9 now supports RAW photo files

The camera of HTC's new flagship, the One M9, may have received some early criticism (or praise, if you hated the one before) for changing it up from the highly-touted Ultrapixel to their current 20MP camera, but it's now bringing a software update that may please serious mobile photography enthusiasts. The smartphone becomes the first mobile device to offer support for RAW files, giving you even more freedom to tweak and edit photos to your heart's content.

BLU Selfie launches with dual 13MP cameras

With a name like “Selfie” you pretty much know what to expect from this new product from BLU Products, the Miami-based tech outfit trying to break into and make it big in the lower and middle tiers of the US smartphone market. The BLU Selfie is a smartphone built around the cameras, that’s for sure.

Galaxy S6 has more camera modes for your mobile photography needs

We've seen Samsung's video, proclaiming that their new flagship, the Galaxy S6 is "the smartphone of your dreams' and showing off just why its camera is so awesome. But if you've gotten your hands on this new baby, you also may have noticed that they pared back on some of the built-in features, probably to address criticism that Samsung pre-installs a lot of things you don't need, bloating up your smartphone. However, if you do need those extra camera functions, plus want to discover more, you can get them back through Samsung's app store.

ASUS shows off ZenFone 2’s camera technology in a video

First introduced at the International CES in Las Vegas in January, the ASUS ZenFone 2 has been intriguing us with its slim form, wide display, and a sub $300 price point. The smartphone has yet to arrive in the United States but it's officially and readily available in Europe and Asia (Taiwan and Malaysia), complete with a slew of phone accessories. In a new video published on YouTube, ASUS showcased the beauty and power of the ASUS ZenFone 2.

Stunning pics taken with LG G4 used in new teaser video

As the unveiling of LG’s new flagship crawls ever nearer (that’s on April 28 for you LG fans out there), we are seeing new information on what we might expect from the new LG G4. A new teaser video has come out and it highlight’s the new devices camera – specifically the manual options available.
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