Judge Judy Sheindlin appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday evening to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her show, and man, was she a vision in creamsicle orange.
Today, in the very worst of cautionary tales: a 33-year-old man fell to his death from a San Diego cliff while preoccupied by an electronic device.
Sony’s Rx100 series of point-and-shoot cameras made the category relevant again, and took down 56% of your votes. Relatively pocketable, and with a range of price points, the RX100 series has an offering for everyone that wants better images than a smartphone can provide, and knows they shouldn’t go down the lens…
Our memory cards are packed with your best point-and-shoot nominations and we’ve rounded up the five most popular. Now it’s time to find a winner. Compose, focus, vote.
It’s safe to buy a point-and-shoot again. While smartphone cameras have certainly improved in recent years, you can still get a lot more from the small package of a quality point-and-shoot, without adding the bulk of interchangeable lenses. So tell us, which point-and-shoot is best?
On Monday, Fujifilm announced the new mirrorless X-T1 IR, which is geek code for a Very Good Camera. The only problem is that it is maybe such a good camera that it will shoot straight through your clothing.
You've probably never thought of cam girls and professional atheletes as having much in common, but a closer look reveals the similarities. Like professional athletes, many cam girls have rabid fans and are making a lot of money off a career with an almost certain expiration date.
Jasmin.com (formerly LiveJasmin) (RIP) is a popular webcam site where one can go to watch people from all different nations get naked for money or smoke cigarettes for free (source: experience). In an effort to normalize the cam experience, the site has put together a list of the weirdest requests models have gotten.…
Well, this reads just like something out of Saw or Sliver or any other horror movie that involves innocent people being watched without their knowledge. Except it's real and it is horrifying.
Hillary Clinton has been especially busy this week, traveling to China and India and accomplishing all sorts of important tasks. While the media has been dutifully covering all of her travels, she's also gotten a bit of attention for something that has nothing to do with her actual job: Hillary had the nerve to show…
Lady Gaga stood up on stage and proclaimed "This is the camera of the future." This futurecam also happens to be a set of shades with a outward-facing 1.4-inch OLED display under each eye. Funky.
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