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Ubi-Camera: Frame Photos With Your Hands (Video)

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You might have seen photographers framing photos with their hands before taking a snap. But with the new prototype shooter dubbed Ubi-Camera, you will be able to use your hands to frame the photo as well as shoot it at the same time. The miniature camera is currently under development at the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences.

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The Camera Rifle That Lets You Shoot, But Not Kill

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Brothers Randy and Michael Gregg have come out with a new product that will help hunters to shoot a deer even if the hunting season is over, well, sort of. Their Kill Shot is a proposed camera-equipped replica rifle which, as you might have guessed by now, will allow you to take photos instead of firing bullets.

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Smart Baby Monitor For iPhone, iPad And iPod touch Users (Video)

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It’s time you threw away your dumb walkie-talkie style baby monitor and try the "smart" way of keeping an eye on your little ones. The Smart Baby Monitor from French company Withings will allow you to check on your baby through your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The sensor-packed web cam was released in the UK last year and now US citizens can finally get their hands on it.

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iOS 5.1 Screenshots Reveal New Features

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Just in case you are wondering, you have to double press the home button for summoning up the camera button in current versions. There were rumors flying around earlier that suggested Siri will be supporting Japanese iPhone 4S owners in the future. The above screenshot of Siri’s settings is evidence on the matter. As you already know, Nuance is the driving force behind Siri and it’s worth noting that Nuance's Dragon Dictation already supports Japanese. So a Japanese Siri is certainly not far away.

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Virtually Eliminate Wandering People.. From Your Future Smartphone Photographs (Video)

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If you don't want random strangers crowding your precious photographic memories, check out what Swedish photography firm Scalado has come out with.  The app called Remove, claims to be the world’s first optical removal software for smartphones.  Scalado says the new app will help you remove unwanted moving subjects from your photographs. It works just like you would imagine it to. The Remove app takes burst of shots in succession, you will have to keep the camera still on the person or thing you are taking a photo of. It then recognizes the moving objects in the frame by comparing the different shots, then it will highlight the objects in motion allowing you to select the ones you want to be removed. The final product will be a perfect photo of just your dear loved ones.

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iPad 3 Unveiling In March

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Of course, we know from previous years experience that we can expect something new from Apple, most likely in March again. Since the Cupertino company has scheduled a big media event for the first week of March, AllThingsD says its the iPad 3.

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How Would You Like An iPhone 5 With A Lytro Sensor?

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Remember that Lytro point-and-shoot box camera we talked about back in October? Well, it appears like Steve Jobs was "interested" in that technology, so that's enough for people to "speculate" that the sensor might make its way into an iPhone sometime in the future.

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Live Shell Streams Video Directly From Camera To Ustream

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With Live Shell, you can stream directly from your camcorder of choice directly to the web, all without using a PC as an intermediary.

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Polaroid Reveals First 16MP Android Smartphone Camera

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We are well aware that high end smartphones are now capable of producing very good snapshots and decent videos. This time, Polaroid's SC1630 camera is blurring the line. It runs Google Android phone OS . Hence, it's a camera that can make phone calls. In this respect, Polaroid prefers to call this device a "phone camera" (stress on "camera"), and not your regular "camera phone".

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Lost The Remote? There Is No Remote: Samsung Smart TV

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Are you getting fed up with constantly searching for the remote control for your TV? If you are, welcome to the group. But the answer to our troubles appears to have arrived. With the newly unveiled Samsung Smart TV, we will be able to finally forget that old-school remote and do much, much more.

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Today’s iPad 3 Rumors

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The latest rumor on the much anticipated device has come from iLounge's Jeremy Horwitz. This isn't as much of a real discovery - like the iPhone 5 having a quad-core A6 - but more along the lines of what someone "thinks" could happen. Horwitz believes that the next iPad will come equipped with better cameras, not much of a shocker there since every Apple device that follows its predecessor has a better camera.

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Kodak Preparing To File For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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I think we all knew that Kodak had fallen on tough times these last few years, but we always had this hope in the back of our minds that the once iconic brand would be able to bounce back. Apparently not. Things are so bad that Kodak is reportedly getting ready to file for bankruptcy.

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Samsung DV300F Is The First DualView Camera With Wi-Fi

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Samsung has come out with point-and-shoots earlier which featured Wi-Fi, the SH100 and the ST80 are two, but this is the first time that Wi-Fi has made its way into the new DualView camera style. The Samsung DV300F, which comes equipped with a 1.5-inch front-facing LCD (will help with self-portraits), has a 3-inch rear-facing display, 5x optical zoom, a 7.76mm 16 Megapixel CCD sensor, and a 4.5-22.5mm, f4.5 lens.

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Sharp’s New 12MP Camera Sensor Is The Industry’s Thinnest

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Sharp has unveiled their latest product, a tiny 12.1 megapixel camera sensor, which appears to be paving the way for thinner smartphones.

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Gerber Steady multitool has a built-in tripod for cameras

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Gerber has a bunch of different multitools that are similar in scope to a Swiss Army knife, meaning a bunch of tools are shoved into a smallish device. With the Gerber Steady, one of its functions includes a mini tripod for digital cameras. Two legs fold out in the front, the base of the tool acts as the third leg in the minipod, and there's a tripod screw mount on the top.

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