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SoloCam improves on the selfie stick idea with HD audio recording

Do you have a selfie stick? I don’t because I find it annoying and weird. Why can’t you just ask someone to take your photo? Okay, I’m sure a lot of you will not agree with me and actually own one but I must admit that sometimes, it can be useful. For the hard core selfie addict (yes, I’m talking to you), here’s a selfie stick that brings more functions than just hold your smartphone.

Dropbox finally adapts Material Design for its Android app

Just like Todoist which we talked about earlier today, Dropbox is one of the biggest apps that has taken its sweet time in finally adapting the Material Design visual guidelines that Google introduced last year in preparation for Android 5.0 Lollipop. A lot of the apps have already tweaked their looks and UI based on this but some of the hold-outs included the popular cloud storage service app. Until now, that is.

Motorola rumored to be releasing new device with better camera

When it comes to mobile photography, Motorola isn't the brand of smartphone that you will immediately think of, unless you were thinking of disappointing hardware and software. The OEM has often been criticized for failing to deliver a good camera experience for users of their flagship devices, despite having quality hardware all in all. But their CMO promised that they are working hard to rectifying this problem and coming up with something that will "bring it", and we assume that it means a better camera.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 hybrid camera phone out in the US

The Lumix DMC-CM1 was announced at Photokina 2014, around September last year, and it surely turned a lot of heads. It’s a hybrid camera and phone – not what you’re thinking, because yes, we do admit that every high-end Android smartphone is essentially a hybrid. Panasonic's Lumix DMC-CM1 is more camera than phone – the camera part is not an afterthought.

4GEE Action Cam lets you livestream your adventures over 4G

Having fun with your GoPro yet? Or if you don’t have one and are looking for an alternative, consider the 4GEE Action Cam because this device doesn’t just capture the action. It also allows you to share life as it happens via streaming. This way, you can share with your family and friends your adventure at the very same moment.

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.
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