FujiFilm has introduced its new Instax Wide 300 camera, a film-based offering that is promised to bring better handling and image composition than its previous Instax cameras. As the name indicates, the Instax Wide 300 uses the Instax Wide instant film, which doubles the size of the company's Mini film.
Last week, the Super Smash Bros. version of the Nintendo 3DS XL appeared in a Walmart advertisement, which said it would be available starting September 19 in the US. Nintendo has confirmed that advertisement with an official announcement today, saying the model will be available next Friday, followed by other editions launching in October and November.
SparkFun has rolled out the red carpet for its new Blocks series of add-ons for Intel's Edison board. With the SparkFun Blocks, users can bring additional functionality to the Edison board, such as adding a display -- there are a total of 13 Blocks available spanning a variety of common functionalities.
Last night, rumbles of a Google Voice transition into Hangouts began surfacing, with many users seeing an option to migrate the former service into the latter. Google has made an official announcement about it this morning, ushering in a Hangouts update that includes Voice integration.
For the first time, users in the United States will be able to stream music from Deezer...if they have Sonos gear. The announcement was made today, with Deezer Elite being unveiled as a lossless music streaming service about to undergo a global rollout, coming to the US as a Sonos exclusive.
WigWag's Filament Smart Color LED light bulbs and the platform devices that control it all -- including other Internet of Things devices -- have gone up for pre-order and are set to ship this fall. With the Filament bulbs comes the WigWag Relay, which the company calls "the brains of the operation".
LaCie's newest storage solution supports an optional SSD upgrade, an option to boost speeds for those with more demanding needs. Dubbed the LaCie d2 Thunderbolt 2, this storage device features an aluminum unibody with a fan-less design and construction tasked with keeping vibrations as low as possible.
More than a century ago, two British ships took off to explore the Arctic with a total of 129 men, seeking to chart the Northwest Passage. Unfortunately, both ships disappeared with all on-board, and for the past several years, the Canadian government has been searching for the ships' remains. Today it announced that one has been located.