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  • GoPro Freefalls from 10K Feet - Takes a Licking, Keeps on Ticking

    Um, shoes please, good sir.

    Fans and detractors of skydiving will agree that the least appealing possibility when jumping from a perfectly good aircraft is a multi-minute freefall ending in a full-speed-to-zero stop without the benefit of a parachute. Fortunately, GoPros are up for more robust and dangerous tasks than us mortals, proven most recently by a video of a GoPro letting go during freefall and spinning wildlly to Earth.

  • Canon, Jackie Chan Show Off What Looks to Be New 4K Canon

    Canon China President & CEO Hideki Ozawa and action legend Jackie Chan show off what appears to be a new 4K camera from Canon

    Rumors have been swirling for weeks about a new 4K Canon camera, from a new 5D Mark IV to the pretty-much-guaranteed C300 Mark II. With NAB 2015 just a couple of weeks away, an interesting article surfaced on Photo Rumors featuring the Canon China President & CEO Hideki Ozawa showing off what appears to be a fixed lens 4K Canon camera.

  • 10TB SSDs Become a Reality

    3D NAND technology enables gum stick-sized SSDs with more than 3.5TB of storage

    Tech giants, Intel and Toshiba, this week announced a new technology which will allow higher capacity solid state disk drives. The new “3D NAND” memory chips differ from current single plane memory chips by allowing stacked chips to pack in more data.

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  • What if Apple Made a Drone?

    Could this look like an upcoming Apple Drone? Probably not, but we can dream.

    These days it seems like everyone is getting in on the drone craze. From Amazon to GoPro, companies joining the fray are becoming larger and more mainstream all the time. So what if the biggest tech company of them all decided to build a drone? One designer decided to show us what it might look like.

  • SmallHD Unveils 502 Monitor

    The SmallHD 502 5" Monitor

    Makers of tiny field monitors, SmallHD, rolled back the curtain on the 502, a five-inch on-camera monitor capable of 1920 x 1080 Full HD monitoring. The diminuative device features a pixel density greater than an iPhone 6, which, according to SmallHD makes it the sharpest 5-inch camera-top monitor in the world.