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This Dock Gives the New MacBook Pro its Ports Back

When Apple announced the 4th gen MacBook Pro in October 2016, photographers and other creatives bemoaned the removal of the traditional ports found on the sides of the laptop (including the SD card slot, which Apple called "cumbersome"). A company called OWC is now coming to the rescue with a sleek new dock that adds the old ports back in.

Review: CamFi Will Make Your ‘Dumb’ DSLR Smart for Just $130

The day I bought my first Wi-Fi enabled "smart" camera was the day I realized how inconvenient it was to use a camera that lacked the enhancements offered with a built-in wireless connection. Not ever having been able to interact with my camera via my iPhone, it was truly a case of not knowing what I'd been missing.

Yahoo! Mail Now Lets You Easily Browse and Share Flickr Photos and Sets

Ever since she started with Yahoo!, CEO Marissa Mayer has been making improvements big and small to every service the massive company has. One of the biggest changes came to Flickr, which received a full-blown overhaul. It makes sense, then, that Yahoo! would want to begin integrating Flickr into its other services, and that's exactly what today's update to Yahoo! Mail is bringing.

Nikon Patents a Large Hybrid Viewfinder for Compact Cameras

Electronic viewfinders have become all the rage as of late through the rise of the mirrorless camera, but many photographers still prefer optical viewfinders due to certain weaknesses of EVFs. One major drawback is the fact that the scene is often laggy, especially in low-light situations, making it difficult to track a moving subject.

Nikon is apparently trying to combine the best of the OVF and EVF worlds by developing a new giant viewfinder that's see-through.

Smartphone Thermal Imaging Attachment Becomes a Reality

A few months ago, we told you about a neat, open-source attachment created by modder Andy Rawson that could instantly turn your smartphone into a thermal imaging camera. At the time, Rawson was intending to sell the production models for $150 and otherwise open source the project for the DIYers out there. Well, add about $25 to the price tag and a ridiculously successful Kickstarter campaign and you've got the IR-Blue.