Tag: cameras

Reviewing the OnePlus 7 Pro

By Ted Kritsonis

OnePlus has always branded itself as an upstart wary of charging the premium prices established brands haven’t shied away from, but the new 7 Pro enters that arena.

A Mother’s Truth In Photographs

By Yasmin Ranade
HP’s History of Memory series explores the evolution of photography to better understand the connection between printed photos and memory. Is there value in printed images in our lives? Can we learn more about our history, our family and our self?

Review of the BlackBerry KEYOne, a classic BlackBerry for the Android Age

The BlackBerry KEYone is designed for productivity and messaging. Android 7.1 coexists nicely with BlackBerry’s own apps. DTek ensures the phone is secure and encrypted, BlackBerry HUB funnels all your messaging and social media into one smart app and other apps (Notable, Password Keeper, Contacts, Tasks and Workplaces) are truly useful.

360-Degree Virtual Reality Video Explores Deep Ocean around Bermuda, Canada

360-Degree Virtual Reality Video Explores Deep Ocean

By Lee Rickwood
The videos can be viewed online at the Nekton Mission YouTube Channel and Facebook page; they are gorgeous, but the deeper story is, well, pretty ugly: climate change, over-fishing, pollution and acidification have pushed our oceans into a state of extreme disruption.

A shooting gallery of 360-degree cameras

By Ted Kritsonis

Shooting panoramic photos used to be one way to capture a scene from a wider perspective, but 360-degree cameras have burst onto the scene this year to pull in everything that’s left. As options grow, so does the sophistication behind them.

Cool Tech Gear For A Hot Summer BBQ

By Christine Persaud
No matter how great your cooking skills are, or that your homemade mojitos can rival the city’s top bartender, there are other items beyond food and drink that can help take your reputation for holding fantastic summer barbecues to the next level.