A Digital Picture Frame Is My Favorite Way to Keep in Touch

A Digital Picture Frame Is My Favorite Way to Keep in Touch

But as mobile screens have gotten better, the technology inside the digital picture frames has also improved dramatically.The pictures on the Aura look vibrant, but the screen doesn't glow brightly like a computer display.

Can I Save Money by Buying a ‘Dumb’ TV?

Can I Save Money by Buying a ‘Dumb’ TV?

Thanksgiving has become synonymous with two things: overeating and buying cheap TVs. And like clockwork, all my friends ask me if it's possible to save more money by buying a TV without smart apps built in—after all, if you already have a Roku, why pay for extra features you don't need?

In This American Revolution, Even the Oscars Have a Role

In This American Revolution, Even the Oscars Have a Role

Taking movies like Gone With the Wind off of streaming services, or removing TV episodes that feature blackface, isn’t censorship , it’s an acknowledgement of past mistakes and an admission that Hollywood, and the people who run it, can do better.

3 Black Photographers on Capturing the George Floyd Protests

3 Black Photographers on Capturing the George Floyd Protests

And, I mean, I'm not saying that other photographers can't cover it, but I feel that as a black photographer, you can then control the narrative and show a different side.

The Top 3 Rugged Cameras for Daredevil Shooters

The Top 3 Rugged Cameras for Daredevil Shooters

Ricoh's latest entoughened camera has special modes for optimizing colorful foliage and pristine snowy vistas, but it loves getting up close too.

'Trump's Notes' Photographer Explains How He Got the Shot

'Trump's Notes' Photographer Explains How He Got the Shot

But then the press conference took a turn, as the president began reading from his notes and waving his arms, giving a clear view of the black lettering.“I quickly noticed that the pad contained large handwritten notes in Sharpie and focused my camera to capture what was on the page,” Wilson said.

America’s ‘Green Economy’ Is Now Worth $1.4 Trillion

America’s ‘Green Economy’ Is Now Worth $1.4 Trillion

That’s why Maslin and lead author Lucien Georgeson accumulated their own data on the U.S. green economy, drawing on hundreds of often private databases containing granular, real-world business and transaction statistics.

Every Movie Referenced by Stranger Things

Every Movie Referenced by Stranger Things

But Stranger Things is also so jam-packed with movie references it's impossible to catch them all. Watch the video above to see just how they found their way into the Netflix series. Universal Pictures/Netflix. Universal Pictures/Netflix. Warner Bros./Netflix. Columbia Pictures/Netflix. Columbia Pictures/Netflix.

You've Never Seen Skateparks Like This Before

You've Never Seen Skateparks Like This Before

When you think of skateboard photography, you probably picture a skater flying through the air while performing some recondite feat of physical wizardry. In Amir Zaki's photographs, though, skaters themselves are nowhere to be seen.

'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Star Tom Holland Found Out He Was Peter Parker on Instagram

'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Star Tom Holland Found Out He Was Peter Parker on Instagram

Spider-Man: Far From Home 's Tom Holland Found Out He Was Peter Parker on Instagram. So, how did Spider-Man: Far From Home star Tom Holland find out he was going to be Peter Parker?

Tame Your Picture Overload With These Google Photos Hacks

Tame Your Picture Overload With These Google Photos Hacks

A Tour of How We clean stuff .The advanced features inside Google Photos leverage Google's computer-vision and machine-learning algorithms to automatically organize your photos, bridling the never-ending torrent of images like Kahleesi taming the Dothraki horde.

Scientists Need to Talk More About Failure

Scientists Need to Talk More About Failure

Despite this, scientific failure is rarely talked about openly, which was why when University of Arizona astrophysicist Erika Hamden used her TED 2019 talk last week to share how her work has been characterized by setback after setback, it felt like a radical act.

The Matrix Is Nothing Without Its Sequels—Nothing!

The Matrix Is Nothing Without Its Sequels—Nothing!

The Matrix is nothing without its sequels, and you'd know that if you watched them.

The Imperfect Truth About Finding Facts in a World of Fakes

The Imperfect Truth About Finding Facts in a World of Fakes

Before the online era, you would need to shell out a lot of money to print a fake newspaper, or it would look like an obvious counterfeit. We need to find digital equivalents, especially to verify the time and place of documents, photographs, and videos, as well as to authenticate individual identities.

Trump Declared an Emergency Based on Data That Doesn’t Exist

Trump Declared an Emergency Based on Data That Doesn’t Exist

During his remarks, President Trump repeatedly called into question and even dismissed as lies much of the available data that exists on immigration and crime, all while glorifying countries like China that give drug dealers the death penalty and painting a picture of a country under siege by criminal invaders.

Finding Lena, the Patron Saint of JPEGs

Finding Lena, the Patron Saint of JPEGs

Every morning, Lena Forsen wakes up beneath a brass-trimmed wooden mantel clock dedicated to “The First Lady of the Internet.” It was presented to her more than two decades ago by the Society for Imaging Science and Technology, in recognition of the pivotal—and altogether unexpected—role she played in shaping the digital world as we know it.

The Cast of Black Panther Came to Win

The Cast of Black Panther Came to Win

This week: Black Panther starts picking up trophies, Deadpool has a big weekend in China, and Amazon is shelling out major money at Sundance.

Black Panther and Netflix Just Got Historic Oscar Nominations

Black Panther and Netflix Just Got Historic Oscar Nominations

Night Shyamalan's trilogy-ending almost-superhero film Glass ruled the long-weekend box office, and Pixar lost a big director. Night Shyamalan's Glass won the box office, bringing in $47 million in North America during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend.

For the First Time, All Three Streamers Are Oscar-Bound

For the First Time, All Three Streamers Are Oscar-Bound

And while several Netflix and Amazon entries are included, the most notable entries come from a service that’s never before been a contender: Hulu.Related StoriesBrian RafteryStreaming Tightens Its Grip on the Golden GlobesPeter RubinIt's the Emmys That Need a 'Popular Award,' Not the OscarsAngela WatercutterGuillermo del Toro's Pinocchio Isn't for Kids—It's for OscarsThe 11-year-old service has two films in the running for Best Documentary Feature: Bing Liu’s youth-in-crisis skateboarding tale Minding the Gap and Stephen Maing’s Crime + Punishment, about corruption within the New York Police Department.

Cosmology Is in Crisis Over How to Measure the Universe

Cosmology Is in Crisis Over How to Measure the Universe

“The other,” says Scolnic, “is that our standard model of cosmology isn’t correct.” In other words, the way humans think about the early years, maturation, and fate of the universe might be wrong somehow.Over the past few years, scientists like Scolnic have investigated those first two hypothetical misunderstandings.

Is It Possible to Find Love Without Dating Apps?

Is It Possible to Find Love Without Dating Apps?

Dating apps reward homogeneity, sifting everyone into two-dimensional profiles that look the same, sound the same, and in some cases, even algorithmically identify which picture is best to represent you for the largest possible audience.Of course, people don't love each other for what makes them the same; they love them for what makes them unique.