A Phoenix Rising From the Ashes: How Nikon Found Its Way Back to Profit

Although Nikon was founded nearly 107 years ago and has been ubiquitous in the photography space for much of that time, the company is not far removed from financial troubles that threatened to reduce the company to ruin. Through shrewd decisions and great new Nikon Z cameras and lenses, Nikon has safely moved from the…

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Apple iPad Pro (2024) Review in Progress: Future Tethered to the Past

Apple’s iPad Pro (2024) is a marvel of modern technology. Sleek, bright, and thin, it feels like technology we were promised when I was a kid. But for as many times as I stood mouth agape at it, I felt pulled back — and that’s not necessarily entirely on Apple to fix. [Read More]

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Supreme Court Rules That Copyright Damages Have No Time Limit

The United States Supreme Court rejected a lower court’s ruling that there is a three-year time limit to claim damages from copyright infringement. All claims, even those that occurred decades previously, are fair game as long as the lawsuit is filed within three years of discovery. [Read More]

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OpenAI Announces GPT-4o: A ‘Real-Time’ Multi-Modal AI

OpenAI today released GPT-4o, the company’s new flagship AI model. The “o” stands for “omni,” and reflects GPT-4o’s ability to handle multiple types of inputs at once, including audio, images, and text. [Read More]

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The 30 Comedy Pet Photo Awards Finalists Are Adorable and Hilarious

Satisfying the large cross-section of people who love their pets and enjoy a hearty laugh, the annual Comedy Pet Photo Awards is a consistent and prolific source of joy. The finalists for the 2024 competition have been unveiled, starring athletic dogs, troublesome cats, and all manner of other hilarious pets. [Read More]

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Family Discover Hidden Camera Disguised as a Rock Outside Their Home

A family in California was shocked to discover a hidden camera pointing at their home disguised as a rock. [Read More]

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Apple Apologizes for Crushing Camera Gear, Creative Tools in iPad Ad

Apple is apologizing after a new iPad Pro commercial sparked controversy for showing a wide range of creative tools, including a camera and lenses, getting crushed to bits by an industrial hydraulic press. [Read More]

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People Support Car Bans When Shown AI Images of What Cities Would Look Like

Researchers have found that showing people AI images of what sustainable cities with fewer cars and more space for pedestrians could look like increases support for a supposed bill changing America’s infrastructure. [Read More]

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Samsung is Discounting Monitors it Hasn’t Even Announced Yet

Samsung is advertising a $50 savings on monitors it intends to announce at some point in the near future but is providing no details on what they are, who they’re for, and how much they might eventually cost. [Read More]

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LA Dodgers Star Tyler Glasnow Met Girlfriend After Asking Team Photographer to ‘Zoom in on Her’

Los Angeles Dodgers star Tyler Glasnow reportedly met his girlfriend after he got the team photographer to “zoom in on her” as she sat in the audience. [Read More]

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