Free your Photos with a gadget called Podo

PodoCameras on your smartphone are great, but there’s always room for evolution. Enter Podo, the first stick and shoot camera. Let’s go into detail below to find out why you’d want a Podo.

Stick The Podo Anywhere

The standout feature of the Podo is its micro-adhesive sticky pad. With the sticky pad, this camera sticks to any surface without clips, stands or other accessories. Plus, the adhesive continued being sticky and washed using water.

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HERE Maps Improving Digital Maps

HERE mapsHERE Maps, a German digital map company, is looking to use traffic data in new ways. Working with BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen, the aim is to generate on the spot traffic information for map users.

Imagine knowing what’s going on ahead as if you’re there. The combination of three of Germany’s biggest car manufacturers with HERE Maps is one that should work well. Cars with cameras will share video data of traffic conditions. Users will get precise information on traffic jams and accidents, quick information on changed weather conditions (Fog, rain, snow, etc.), and information about changed traffic signs, parking and events.

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GoPro fights to come back by announcing Hero 5 Black and Karma Drone

GoPro Hero 5 Black and Hero 5 SessionGoPro has announced two new cameras and a drone. The Hero 5 Black, the flagship. and the Hero 5 Session. GoPro Karma Drone has an interesting design and great features as we will discuss below.

GoPro Hero 5 Black and Session

The Hero 5 Black and Session have a few features in common. You can shot videos in 4K at a maximum 30 frames per second. The devices withstand 10 meters underwater submersion without any add-ons. Voice control is a good addition to both models. There’s a choice of 7 languages currently available. ProTune video mode is included, meaning the Hero 5 Session’s images and videos can be edited and colours corrected.

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Get better underwater shots with Fathom One HD drone

  • 10/09/2016 at 17:19 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Fathom One HD DroneEasily accessible, affordable air drones are becoming a common sight on the market these days. But Fathom One is something altogether new and different: a drone that works underwater, delivering high definition images and video beneath the deep.

Fathom One Takes Us Under The Water

This waterproof drone is made to withstand elements common within bodies of water, both lake and sea. While it isn’t the first time it has been done, it is the first to be this simple to use, and cheap.

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What you need to know about Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Watch 2 and EarPods

Apple iPhone 7 Jetblk AirpodApple events are always big news in the tech world. This one was pretty hyped up, with fans awaiting news on the much anticipated iPhone 7. That, among a number of other unveilings, finally hit this week.

Here is a rundown of some of the more exciting updates from the brand.

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Fast and Tough – The Teal Drone

  • 27/07/2016 at 03:31 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Teal DroneWatching the evolution of drones is interesting for tech lovers. Drones are a growing industry that is giving young people a chance to explore the technology. Teal is a drone company started by George Matus, an 18-year-old lover of drones. Matus’ love of drones started at 11, saw him become a professional drone racer and test pilot, and now is releasing a consumer drone that is like a racecar with 4K video.

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Introducing Portal, the Turbocharged WiFi

  • 16/07/2016 at 15:20 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Portal RouterKickstarter campaign Portal is making the rounds this month. It promises a turbocharged WIFI router that can offering seamless HD video streaming, and non-lagging gameplay for serious media users.

Slow Wifi is becoming an increasing problem. With the issue of traffic causing slower loading times and difficulty in use, router manufacturers have failed to keep up with increasing demand.

Though speeds are improving on the cable end, there is no hardware that really fixes it from congestion. At least not until now.

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