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Google plans to play nice with Facebook and Twitter on photos

According to Bloomberg Business, Google could soon be separating its web based photo sharing and storage service from the existing Google+ platform and offering it as a standalone. Bloomberg cites Googlers close to the project who say that the announ… Engadget RSS Feed

Zepp upgrades its tennis game with a beefed-up app

Just in time for the French Open, sports-tracking firm Zepp is launching a big update to its tennis app. The simply named Tennis 2.0 app works with the company’s multisport sensora bright, little widget that attaches to golf clubs, baseball bats … Engadget RSS Feed

Researchers discover a ‘partial workaroundfor blindness

When your eyesphotoreceptors (the so-calledrods and cones”) fail either due to illness or injury, so to does your vision. And until very recently, few options to correct the condition existedtypically in the form of a bulky and intrusive wear… Engadget RSS Feed

Panasonic’s Lumix G7 camera is all about 4K video and photos

Mabuti, Fujifilm isn’t the only camera maker with an announcement today. Now it’s Panasonic’s turn. The Lumix series manufacturer is introducing the G7, a Micro Four Thirds body with a 16-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor, ISO range of up to 25,600 at… Engadget RSS Feed

Panasonic’s Lumix G7 camera is all about 4K video and photos

Mabuti, Fujifilm isn’t the only camera maker with an announcement today. Now it’s Panasonic’s turn. The Lumix series manufacturer is introducing the G7, a Micro Four Thirds body with a 16-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor, ISO range of up to 25,600 at… Engadget RSS Feed

Nikon’s doggy camera mount snaps when Rover gets excited

Aso, it’s fair to say, are easily excited. Walks, treats, sniffing other dogsbuttsfor man’s best friend, life is a non-stop thrill ride. Ngayon, to help you capture these moments of canine euphoria, Nikon has developed a camera mount that reacts … Engadget RSS Feed

The internet risks hitting peak capacity soon, but it can be saved

The internet has more than one capacity problem to worry about, tila. Researchers met in London this week to tackle growing concerns that fiber optic cables, which represent the internet’s backbone, are hitting their physical limits. An Alcatel… Engadget RSS Feed