You know that feeling — you get through several screens on a website that has something you want to buy, only to land on a page that wants all your gritty credit card details. You have to get your card out, painstakingly identify the rubbed out numbers on the card, and carefully enter them. One slip and you’re back to square one. In iOS 8, that scenario is going to be a lot easier with credit card scanning.
Life-logging cameras have become a fairly established photography niche, giving busy individuals the ability to snap pictures throughout their day, keeping the most notable ones for trips down nostalgia lane later on in life. Not everyone likes having a conspicuous camera strapped to their body, however, and that's where the Archive Eye comes in.
On its blog yesterday, Adobe introduced Adobe Camera Raw 8.5 release candidate. With this comes support for six additional cameras from Nikon, Canon, Olympus, and Panasonic. A variety of new lens profiles have also been added, as well as some new features for those using Photoshop CC.
In Early March, word surfaced that Microsoft Executive Vice President of Business Development and Evangelism Tony Bates would be departing the company, something rumored to result from a spat revolving around the appointment of Satya Nadella as CEO. At the time, it was said Bates was being sought as CEO of GoPro, something that has become official today.
Life-logging wearable company Narrative had a tricky journey from Kickstarter to shipping success, but now the order books have been thrown open to anybody wanting to clip a whole-day-recording camera to their lapel. For those unfamiliar, the iPod nano-scale Clip takes a photo every thirty seconds, and then uploads them to a cloud server where the best of the images are surfaced in the companion iOS and Android apps; now, there's also a cheaper option for those unsure if life-logging is for them.
Android sits at the base of the next OPPO smartphone with a 5-inch display and a flip-able camera and flash. This is the OPPO N1 mini, the smaller version of the original OPPO N1 (which came with a massive 6-inch display). This smaller version does not yet have confirmation of the other stand-out feature the original edition had - CyanogenMod OS.