Jack Hollingsworth, renowned world photographer, shares some iPhone photography tips and tricks. Jack is a recent Apple convert and describes iPhone photography, or iPhoneography, as the "most powerful work of his career".
Google is about to let users enjoy the magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef from the comfort of their own home with the Catlin Seaview Survey. The project is a collaboration between Google, the University of Queensland and the Catlin Group and will act like Google Street View for underwater life.
Over one million Irish adults, or 42% of the Irish online population, have used RTÉ Player, that's according to the broadcaster. The player was made available on the iPhone, iPod and iPad in December last year and has been downloaded over 200,000 times.
Apple sold more iOS devices last year than Macs in their entire 28-year history, having been originally introduced by Steve Jobs in 1984. In 2011, Apple sold 156 million iOS devices, while, since introduction, Apple has only sold 122 million Macs.
A new controller chip from electronics manufacturer STMicroelectronics could make blurry smartphone photos a thing of the past. The Swiss company has developed a tiny chip that will significantly increase the amount of light emitted from LED-based flashes, like those used in today's smartphones.
An untethered iPhone 4S and iPad 2 jailbreak has made substantial progress towards actuality as iOS hackers have posted a video clearly demonstrating a jailbroken iPhone 4S running iOS 5.0.1, suggesting that the hack will be made public very soon.
We love our high definition digital experiences but man's first attempts at recording photographs, film, and audio are still mesmerizing; as are the attempts by modern technicians to digitally preserve them.
Google has been awarded a US patent which would allow them to bring self-driving cars to the road. It originally filed for the patent in May. The patent allows for the switching between a human driven mode and one in which a vehicle would drive itself.