A doctoral candidate from Southern Cross University is using drones to measure the size of whales as she studies various aspects of the lifecycles of these denizens of the ocean.
Australian fintech and payment plan provider Payright has launched into the New Zealand market, in its first international venture.
Osmosis is the process of gradual or unconscious assimilation of ideas and knowledge, so to speed that process up dramatically, DJI has broadcast its Mother's Day gift suggestions, including the Osmo range, to the cosmos.
Available either as a hardcover book or via free download, the NASA book "Earth" presents some of the most dramatic images captured from space.
Epson aims to take the strain out of photo digitisation with its new FastFoto FF-680W scanner.
Later this week, two new Today at Apple sessions will launch at all Australian Apple stores on how to "make beautiful music" and "take the perfect photo" supported by Florence Welch and Chase Jarvis.
Available in Australia at last, WD's new wireless SSD is "designed for avid photographers and drone enthusiasts who require durable and high-performance media capture solutions", and for anyone else that feels the need for wireless speed.
Who wants to be a Snapshot Millionaire? An Australian start-up wants to create a stock library from a “contestant funded” photography competition offering what it hopes will be a US$1.1 million prize.
Vic Gundotra, once Google’s vice-president of Engineering, now uses an iPhone 7 Plus to take his photos, stating that if you truly care about great photography, you own an iPhone.
Masterful memory maker Lexar, has put together an “essential drone photography checklist” which promises to divulge what you need to know before take-off.
Huawei’s sponsorship of Vivid Sydney is where it showcased its latest P10 Plus dual Leica-lens camera smartphone Android flagship against its stunning light show installation at Vivid Sydney 2017.
Canon today announced its new PowerShot G9 X Mark II super-slim and super-fast pocket camera, available in February.
Google has released its PhotoScan app to make digitising old photos less of a chore, along with an updated version of Google Photos.
Apple has launched a new "photo book" telling the story of design at Apple over the past 20 years in small or large sizes.
Samsung’s Gear 360 has been some time coming – blame it on incredible international demand.
360° video is the next big thing, and 360fly intends to become the generic name — as Kleenex is to tissues — to “Go what?”.
Watch out, Lytro, Panasonic’s upcoming new Post Focus mode on three key models lets you can select your preferred ‘in-focus’ area after taking your shot.
uCiC for iOS is a clever little free app which allows you to ask for images of real-world events, with helpful folk around the globe fulfilling your request.
Every now and then an app comes along which is so simple yet clever you wonder why you weren't already using it. Vid2Pix for Windows Phone 8.1 is such an app.
"The best laid schemes o' mice an' men gang aft agley" according to Robert Burns, but even when things go seriously awry there can still be a happy ending.
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