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The Fotokite Phi Is The Perfect Drone For Beginners

Flying your first drone can be very intimidating. There's so many things to keep up with and you definitely don't want to crash your $3,000 new toy. There are options out there for beginners, however, and the Fotokite Phi is one that is making waves. The Fotokite takes everything you like about drones, but keeps it on a small and manageable scale.

The Forcite Alpine Ski Helmet: First Ski Helmet With Fully Integrated Smart Technology

When you hit the slopes, a helmet is always a good accessory to have for safety reasons alone. If you have the Forcite Alpine Ski Helmet, safety isn't the only feature you'll enjoy. This helmet is the first snow sports helmet with fully integrated smart technology.

Scubus S: Underwater Communications, Video Recording And HUD In A Diving Mask

Designed to make diving safer and more entertaining, the Scubus S integrates underwater communication, video recording and heads-up display into a diving mask. With the Scubus S you can communicate with your fellow divers while recording the memories.

Hiding In Plain Sight: Top 10 Best Covert Spy Cameras

Need a discreet hidden camera? Here's my picks for the best 10 tiny and covert hidden spy cameras for when you need to record something discreetly together with some tips for how to best hide a spy camera.

HP's Sprout PC Combines All-In-One Computer, 3D Object Scanner

HP's stepping out of its comfort zone with this one. Tying into the recent 3D printer craze, the 23" Sprout PC's cameras and software can scan a real-world object you have on hand, and turn it into a 3D model you can manipulate on the included touch-mat, share with friends, and more.

Will Facebook Own Your Faceprint?

Just when we thought Facebook could not possibly take any more liberties with our privacy rights . . . oops, they did it again! For those who might not have heard, three years back when Facebook was on a buying spree, it picked up Face.com, an Israeli facial recognition technology for the paltry sum of $100 million [chump change in comparison to the acquisition of WhatsApp for a cool $19 billion]. This week . . .

MediaTek Announces First Deca-Core Smartphone Chip

More cores is better. Right? MediaTek seems to think so. The Helio X20 SoC packs a whopping 10 ARM cores, and support for a certain cellular wireless standard should allow Android smartphones bearing the chip to show up in the US.

Saygus V² Smartphone Packs Dual Micro SD Memory Card Slots

Are you the type who downloads way too many movies and TV shows for viewing on your phone? Perhaps consider upgrading to Saygus' 5" Android-powered V², which will take two micro SD cards for a grand total of 464GB of storage capacity. Take that, um... everyone.

Think Your Camcorder Is Fast? This New Camera Records A Trillion Frames Per Second!

As a graduate student, Keiichi Nakagawa wanted to observe the effects of acoustic shock waves on living cells. Unfortunately, even the highest speed cameras available at the time were too slow to capture such events. Now, Nakagawa and other Japanese researchers have developed the right tool for the job: a video camera that can record one trillion frames per second.

New Self-Powered Cameras Will Mean Never Having A Dead Battery

Have you ever found yourself faced with a spontaneous moment of beauty only to pull out your camera and find the battery dead? Or maybe you've embarked on a long-distance back-packing trip which is endlessly scenic, but provides limited access to power outlets for recharging. Scientists have now got you covered as they unveil a new means of producing self-powered cameras.