Extend phone photography talents with exchangeable lenses from Lensta

With the Fisheye Lensta, you can get some pretty interesting results such as this picture of a Springer Spaniel puppy in her crate I love the iPhone 7, but sometimes smartphone photography can seem a bit limiting creatively, at least compared to digital SLR photography. While there's no doubt that phone…

Add 360 degree video/images to Android smartphone with Insta360Air camera

This looks like fun. It's a 360 degree camera that clips onto your Android smartphone. Called the Insta360Air, the camera can shoot 360 degree images and video that can either be livestreamed or shared instantly on social media. The device can also be used as a 360 webcam which users connect to their laptops via…

Creator iOT kit goes live on Kickstarter

You can't move for announcements about the iOT (Internet of Things) these days with the number of devices connected to the net expected to reach an astonishing 25 billion by the end of 2015, according to Cisco. But this product from Imagination Technologies - the third biggest semi-conductor IP company in the world - caught our…

OXY launches smart watches on Indiegogo November 17th

This looks interesting. It's a smart watch from Bristol-based company OXY which has been designed to look and feel like an ordinary watch. Capable of being connected to virtually every modern smartphone - whether it is running on Android, iOS or Windows 10 - OXY is an open source project in collaboration with Ingenic Semiconductors. Available…
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Yota Phone 2 is world’s first dual screen smartphone and e-reader

Mobile phone company Yota has developed what it's claiming is the world's first dual-screen always-on smartphone. Combining the features of a premium Android smartphone with the benefits of an Electronic Paper Display so you don't have to carry two devices around with you, the Yota Phone 2 has, at the time of writing, attracted over $176,000…

ReVault seeks funding for world’s first wearable cloud from Indiegogo

Hardly a day goes by without a new tech company looking for crowdfunding from Kickstarter or Indiegogo. But here's one that caught our eye. Billed as the world's first wearable private cloud it's essentially a watch that can store all your files from various devices without having to be connected to the internet. Potentially perfect…