Tag Archives: cameras

Google Clips update improves expression recognition, adds Timelapses

Google’s tiny smart camera, Google Clips, has received a big update that improves its ability to recognize facial expressions, among other things.

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GoPro has now sold more than 30 million Hero action cams

GoPro has been dealing with significant business challenges in recent months, but the camera maker has managed to keep its chin above water. The company today revealed it has surpassed 30 million sales of its Hero action video camera since the first...

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Leica C-Lux brings style to long-zoom compact cameras

When you think of compact cameras with long-zoom lenses, "fashionable" probably doesn't come to mind. They tend to be very utilitarian devices where looks take a backseat to the optics you need for a dramatic vacation shot.

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Google’s Lens AI camera is now a standalone app

Google has made good on its promise to release a standalone Lens app in the Play Store.

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Wyze Cam Pan 1080p security camera brings pan and tilt for $30

Wyze is back with a new security camera, the budget-friendly Wyze Cam Pan. This model features a rectangular, rather than cube, shape and the same general aesthetic as the Wyze Security Camera. Unlike the first two models, though, Cam Pan offers pan and tilt with motion tracking and waypoint support.

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NASA’s planet-hunting TESS spacecraft snaps its first photo

TESS, NASA's new exoplanet-hunting spacecraft, has captured its first image ever, giving us a glimpse of what its powerful "eyes" can see. The spacecraft's science team used one of its four cameras to snap a two-second test exposure as part of their...

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Fujifilm unveils its first square-format analog Instax camera

Fujifilm's Instax SQ10 is already available if you want to take square-format instant photos, but what if its half-digital technology is still too close to Instagram for your tastes? Don't worry, you're covered.

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Panasonic Lumix FT7: Rugged in orange, blue, and black

Panasonic has announced the Lumix FT7, a new compact camera aimed at the more adventurous among us.

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Google’s Clips camera can be shared with your whole family

Until now, Google's Clips camera has only been usable by one person.

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Police face recognition misidentified 2,300 as potential criminals

Ask critics of police face recognition why they're so skeptical and they'll likely cite unreliability as one factor. What if the technology flags an innocent person? Unfortunately, that caution appears to have been warranted to some degree.

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