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Korean company KeyWe has launched what it's calling the "smartest lock ever" on Kickstarter. And with WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth, a touchpad and an old-fashioned backup key, it's certainly swinging for the fences... Continue Reading US$139 KeyWe smart lock is how all locks should work from now on Category: Around The Home Tags: Kickstarter Lock Related Articles:
With more sensitive data than ever being shared – and stolen – online, more secure connections are desperately needed. The answer could be a quantum internet, where information is passed almost instantaneously between nodes that have been quantum entangled, and are physically unhackable since any unauthorized observation of the data will scramble it. Researchers at Delft University of Tech
In Adorama's On the Road video series, we join photographers Alex Stead and Ryan Field in the Arctic Circle. Specifically, they're in Norway. We start with Stead and Field visiting a reindeer farm, where Stead shares some pointers on animal photography, including getting to eye level with your subject and trying to capture images with the animal looking directly at the camera. It's
The New Atlas crew last checked out Zero Latency, the free-roaming virtual reality system, about two years ago. Fast forward to now and the tech has improved, the game library has expanded and there are 18 different sites in nine countries. So we thought it was about time we went in for a rematch – and we were not disappointed... Continue Reading Hands on: Getting lost in Zero Latency's wa
ON1 has released a major update to its ON1 Photo RAW photo editor. Version 2018.5 will be available in June and boasts, "a massive boost in overall performance" in addition to bug fixes and two major feature additions: a new LUTs filter in the effects panel, and the ability to select brand-specific in-camera profiles, including Fujifilm's much-loved film simulations.There are also some other new
If you're like Nigel Danson, you take a lot of photos. Despite being very experienced, even he takes photos he doesn't like. Rather than immediately deleting failed photos, Danson uses them to help him improve his work. It's important to look at the images you capture and don't like and identify what it is about them you find displeasing. While it can be helpful to look at your
Photographer Nick Carver utilizes many different types of cameras in his work, including both analog and digital cameras. Based in California, Carver recently came across an "unmaintained" liquor store in Santa Barbara County, California, and returned to photograph it with his Polaroid SX-70 and then later with a Shen-Hao TFC 617-A 6 x 17 panoramic camera. Carver describes himself as "the kind
For our latest competition, we're giving away a pair of limited-edition trainers by Swiss sports brand On, featuring rubber loops on the soles for extra cushioning. Read more
Haven’t been able to get your hands on an NES Classic Edition console yet? Our video today will give you a sense for what to expect when you finally do. We go hands-on with the cute little console — the one that’s selling out instantly almost everywhere — with Andru Edwards of Gear Live in this special video recording of the GeekWire radio show and podcast, above. Also c
In a new episode of his ongoing weekly series, My Photographic Journey large format film photographer Ben Horne talks about a very important topic, levelness. Many cameras include some form of an electronic level. This helps you ensure that your photo is straight. However, what if you captured an image with a perfectly level camera but the image itself still looks askew? Visually level versus act


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