Using the iPad's accelerometer, users can control the field of view in Condition One -- a new app for viewing photojournalistic content from conflict zones.
Panasonic announces the Lumix DMC-GX1, aimed at photo enthusiasts.
We take a look at how well three of Joby's new portable GorillaPods--the Micro 250, Micro 800, and Hybrid--function with cameras of different sizes and weights.
It's sports season—on the field and in the schools—and you're out there with your camera. Here are some expert tips on how to capture the action.
AOL has teamed up with Slacker to revamp AOL Radio, promising fewer commercials and more music.
Legendary synthesizer maker Moog Music announces an app that hopes to bring an entire studio to your iPad.
Here are four possible night portrait scenarios that you can try for yourself.
As the sun set over San Francisco Wednesday, locals and tourists alike flocked to the city’s flagship Apple Store on Stockton to pay their respects to the man who helped shape it all.
Hadaki's Cushioned Multitasker Laptop Pod may look like a trip, but its quality of laptop protection is no hallucination.
iPhone SLR lens attachment is an intriguing step forward for iPhone photography--but it's not going to replace your DSLR yet.
GetGlue's latest update will allow users to easily filter through the chatter to find the most interesting comments about their favorite shows as well as compete with their friends to see who has really seen the most episodes of Wheel of Fortune.
Check out our latest roundup of ways to carry and protect Apple's smallest laptop.
The pan-motion photography technique makes your moving subject look sharp against a blurred background.
Macworld got to play with Sega's latest games for the iOS—Samurai Blood Show, Brick People and Sega Bass Fishing Challenge.
One of the best things about Apple’s Aperture is that it is an excellent host for third-party software. These plug-ins provide useful features that Aperture lacks.