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The duo behind Glif and Cosmonaut return to Kickstarter with Simple Bracket app for March Madness

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Studio Neat, the duo behind hugely successful Kickstarter projects like the Glif tripod mount for iPhone and the Cosmonaut stylus, are back with a new arrival on the crowdsourced funding site. This time, however, they are eschewing the world of physical design to create Simple Bracket: an iPhone app for filling in March...
The duo behind Glif and Cosmonaut return to Kickstarter with Simple Bracket app for March Madness

Insert Coin: Twig, the tiny iPhone cable that's also a tripod (video)

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In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. Imagine an iPhone cable that was only four-inches long, doubled as...
Insert Coin: Twig, the tiny iPhone cable that's also a tripod (video)

YouTube wants to make your crummy video slightly less crummy

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Upload a lot of videos to YouTube, but still can't afford that tripod? No worries, the Google-owned video site today announced some welcome additions to its editor, which can detect problems with your video and offer up corrections, so you can brighten things up a bit or eliminate some...
YouTube wants to make your crummy video slightly less crummy

Levitagram for iPhone lets you create the impression of levitation in your photos

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It’s a bit of a bizare art-form, but levitation photography has become a minor phenomenon in recent times. Remember Tokyo teenager Natsumi Hayashi, who has a penchant for snapping herself jumping until she captures something that looks like she’s floating? No? Well, that’s exactly what she does. Now, if you...
Levitagram for iPhone lets you create the impression of levitation in your photos

iPhone could have been called 'Tripod,' 'Telepod,' 'Mobi,' or 'iPad,' says former Apple marketer

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Legal tussles over trademarks aside, it's hard to imagine the iPhone ever being called anything else. But Apple had some alternative names up its sleeve, and longterm commercial collaborator Ken Segall — author of Insanely Simple — has shared some of the potential options at a talk attended by...
iPhone could have been called 'Tripod,' 'Telepod,' 'Mobi,' or 'iPad,' says former Apple marketer

11 Must-Have Accessories For Your New iPad (AAPL)

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On it's own the new iPad is a powerful device that hosts a ton of impressive features like a Retina display, faster processor, and improved camera. Protect all of that power and fully utilize the new iPad's capability with these accessories.The SmartCover should be one of the first things...
11 Must-Have Accessories For Your New iPad (AAPL)

Motrr Galileo nets $700k in Kickstarter pledges, available to pre-order now for $117

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Perhaps you were discouraged by the uncertainty that comes along with a Kickstarter pledge, or you simply missed your chance to give Motrr's Galileo an $85 kick before the deadline hit. Whatever the reason, you're still in luck -- the iOS-controlled iPhone platform is now available for a proper...
Motrr Galileo nets $700k in Kickstarter pledges, available to pre-order now for $117

Ask Engadget: Best sub-$100 camera/laptop bag?

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We know you've got questions, and if you're brave enough to ask the world for answers, here's the outlet to do so. This week's Ask Engadget inquiry is from Joseph (he's from Atlanta) who needs a camera bag for his semi-professional photography enterprise. If you're looking to send in...
Ask Engadget: Best sub-$100 camera/laptop bag?

Lytro's Light Field Camera Now Speaks Windows

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Lytro said Tuesday that its revolutionary camera, which previously only supported the Mac, now works with the 64-bit versions of Windows 7. The company also announced two accessories for the camera: a tripod mount and wall charger....
Lytro's Light Field Camera Now Speaks Windows
Swipe iPhone case features built-in screen cleaning system, tripod mount

Bracketing – What Is It and What to do with the Images?

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{What is Bracketing?} Mark Upfield - www.MUphotographic.com In short, bracketing is taking the same photo more than once using different settings for different exposures. Why would you do this? Say you’re photographing a mountain landscape. The grass would require one setting to be properly exposed, the mountains would require another...
Bracketing – What Is It and What to do with the Images?

Tiltpod Mobile adds an iPhone tripod to your keychain

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This clever-looking $15 gizmo lets you set up your iPhone for rock-steady, hands-free photography. [Read more]...
Tiltpod Mobile adds an iPhone tripod to your keychain

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (GOOG, AMZN, AAPL, YHOO, SSNLF)

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Hello! Here's the news. Remember to come back to SAI during the day for the latest news and analysis. Samsung's new flagship phone will have eye-tracking software; it will be able to tell where you are looking on its screen. Former Yahoo exec Michael Katz says he was fired in...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (GOOG, AMZN, AAPL, YHOO, SSNLF)

Is This the Tripod for Your Gadgets?

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Is This the Tripod for Your Gadgets? is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedThere are times you need a tripod. However, if your device doesn’t have a tripod mount (say, a small gadget – like a phone),...
Is This the Tripod for Your Gadgets?
Is this the coolest Leica-ish iPhone camera case of all times?

Clone yourself with Split Pic

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Split Pic is a new iOS app from developer Aaron Ray, aka “EasyTiger.” It’s available now as a free ad-supported download from the App Store, with an additional in-app purchase to unlock the full, ad-free version with additional functionality. Split Pic is a photography app designed to allow users to...
Clone yourself with Split Pic

Street View heads back to the Antarctic, visits historic landmarks (video)

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View Larger Map Google has already taken us on a trip to the frigid shores of Antarctica before. Now the search giant is back with even more panoramic images, this time from deeper inside the frozen continent. With help from the Polar Geospatial Center at the University of Minnesota...
Street View heads back to the Antarctic, visits historic landmarks (video)
Photographing the moon as an Olympic ring

The Simple Bracket iPhone app will keep you sane during March Madness

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If you haven’t filled out your bracket for the annual NCAA March Madness basketball extravaganza, you’ll want to check out the Simple Bracket iPhone app from Studioneat. We dribbled with the developers, who were responsible for the Glif tripod mount and Cosmonaut stylus, when they first launched the app’s Kickstarter...
The Simple Bracket iPhone app will keep you sane during March Madness

LG's LS860 Cayenne gets a visit from the unsteady hand of Mr. Blurrycam

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Just when you think Mr. Blurrycam bought a tripod, he produces this opaque gem purportedly showing LG's latest handset for Sprint. The LG LS960 Cayenne will apparently pack a 4-inch WVGA IPS display with a dual-core, 1.2GHz S3 processor like the Viper 4G -- plus that sliding keyboard, of...
LG's LS860 Cayenne gets a visit from the unsteady hand of Mr. Blurrycam

Why Do VCs Still Love Social Media?

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Illustration by David Schwen Social network users aren't there to buy stuff. They're there to communicate with others. We use the phrase social media, but they're really communication services, not media properties. I remember meeting Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley four or five years ago and thinking, This guy is in...
Why Do VCs Still Love Social Media?

16 Sexy And Stylish Cases For Your Gadgets

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Gadgets have done a good job of becoming more and more portable by updating with lightweight, thinner models. As a result, people want to take all of their gadgets with them everywhere they go, all of the time.  The problem though, is that expensive gadgets have to be transported...
16 Sexy And Stylish Cases For Your Gadgets

Apple's original iPhone marketers pondered such names as TriPod, Mobi and iPad

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Ken Segall, Apple's former advertising head who coined the iTerm for its product naming convention, told students at the University of Arizona that they could be pocketing a "TelePod" right now instead of an iPhone, according to 9to5Mac. That was among the now-strange-sounding names Cupertino pondered for the device,...
Apple's original iPhone marketers pondered such names as TriPod, Mobi and iPad

5 Common Mistakes Aspiring Travel Photographers Make (and How to Avoid Them)

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Later this week we will be launching a brand new dPS eBook on the topic of Travel Photography – written by travel photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich. This post, written by Mitchell, is the first part of a short series introducing some of the mistakes many new travel photographers make. As you...
5 Common Mistakes Aspiring Travel Photographers Make (and How to Avoid Them)
This Tripod Mount For iPhones Will Make Snapping Pictures A Breeze
Sony 500mm f/4 G SSM lens hands-on (video)

CyanogenMod 10.1 stock camera app now sports HDR shooting

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CyanogenMod 10.1-toting photography fans are in for a treat: the latest version of the modified Android OS now packs an HDR mode, which was in development for three months, within its stock camera app. When a user snaps a photo with the function, a total of three pictures (one...
CyanogenMod 10.1 stock camera app now sports HDR shooting

Here's The Most Interesting iPhone Dock Cable We've Ever Seen (AAPL)

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The Twig is an interesting Kickstarter project which we found via 9to5Mac. It's an iPhone dock cable that will never get tangled and it also doubles as a tripod. If this sounds like something you're interested in, you can pre-order one for $18 over at Kickstarter. Check out the video...
Here's The Most Interesting iPhone Dock Cable We've Ever Seen (AAPL)

Insert Coin: Radian lets you use your camera, iPhone and Android device for time lapse projects (video)

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In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. We've seen our fair share of time lapse tools at Insert...
Insert Coin: Radian lets you use your camera, iPhone and Android device for time lapse projects (video)

Instagram for Android updated with tilt-shift capabilities, all becomes well on Earth

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Something tells us #teamiphone is going to adore this. Instagram has just updated its much-ballyhooed Android app, bringing the version to 1.1.0. What's new? Tilt-shift for "supported devices," enabling cameraphone shooters to add entirely too much blur to shots that could've used a tripod to begin with. We kid,...
Instagram for Android updated with tilt-shift capabilities, all becomes well on Earth
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