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GoPro Launches LCD BacPac Detachable Screen

GoPro Launches LCD BacPac Detachable Screen

GoPro announced today the availability of the LCD BacPac, a detachable LCD screen for its HD HERO video camera.  The screen attaches to the camera via a small expansion port located on the back of the camera. The screen can be attached to the waterproof housing of the camera, as well as the wrist housing.

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GoPro outs new HD Hero 960 wearable HD camcorder

GoPro outs new HD Hero 960 wearable HD camcorder

GoPro makes several different versions of wearable and vehicle mountable camcorders that are small and designed to record sports and driving action. I have one of the companies HD Motorsports Hero camcorders that I use for car reviews and the thing is fantastic considering how small it is and offers great video quality.

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Smart move: HTC goes iOS

Smart move: HTC goes iOS

Here’s something that HTC doesn’t need to say: they’re in a bit of trouble. Though nothing about today’s event came as a surprise, there was some good news for iOS users. HTC is now supporting Apple products, and they’re doing it the right way. Rather than try to port over some fussy Android features to iOS and hope that iPhone users will somehow jump ship for a One (M8), HTC is offering up a peripheral and platform for everyone.

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HTC RE hands-on: WiFi action camera or pointless oddity?

HTC RE hands-on: WiFi action camera or pointless oddity?

Of all the things you'd think could save HTC's fortunes, an action camera which looks like a tiny submarine periscope probably isn't the first thing to jump to mind, but the company's hopes are high for the HTC RE. The stubby WiFi-enabled camera borrows ideas both from smartphone photography and more specialist shooters like GoPro, with a 16-megapixel sensor, Full HD video recording, and automatic clip curation using HTC Zoe. Most curious of all, it's not just for HTC's own phones: the RE will work with Android devices and iPhones in general. Read on for some first impressions.

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Watch: VR drones race like Speeder Bikes in the French Alps

Watch: VR drones race like Speeder Bikes in the French Alps

Watch as the Airgonay drone club races their home-made drones fly through the French Alps like Imperial Troops on Endor. This isn’t Return of the Jedi - it’s real life. President of the Airgonay drone club Herve Pellarin showed off their most recent race this week, making it clear that the French are doing things right. Right with drones, right with virtual reality headsets, right with a combination of the two. This is what this technology was made for, clearly.

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PlexiDrone is modular, customizable, and cool

PlexiDrone is modular, customizable, and cool

Aerial photography is one of those things that makes drones cool. If you were in awe of the drone video from inside a fireworks show, a new drone might let you do the very same thing. What sets this one apart is modularity, and that you can use your own camera to film the action.

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HTC REcamera hits FCC, BLE and WiFi in tow

HTC REcamera hits FCC, BLE and WiFi in tow

HTC’s REcamera is a bit of a head-scratcher. Kind of like a periscope, it aims to challenge the likes of GoPro for our sportier photographic endeavors. We’ve seen the pics of HTC’s latest device, but not much in the way of specs. Now we’ve got them, as the camera has just passed through the FCC.

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Polaroid Cube Review

Polaroid Cube Review

What do you do with a cube that fits in the palm of your hand, sticks to metal with a magnet, and takes photos and video? You capture the world around you, of course. You capture it casually, and you capture it with the playfulness and joy that the Polaroid brand has always been about.

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