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Autonomous ‘Pandemic Drones’ Can Detect Coughing, Fever and More

US drone maker Draganfly—one of DJI's major competitors in the commercial camera drone space—is working with the Australian Department of Defense and University of South Australia to deploy special "pandemic drones" that can detect coughing, sneezing, respiratory rate, and even fever from a distance.

Apple’s Nano-Texture Pro Display XDR Can ONLY Be Cleaned with a Special Apple-Provided Cloth

Apple's incredible Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR—the top-of-the-line, flagship "pro" products in the Apple lineup—finally went on sale yesterday. But while most people used the opportunity to see how much a fully loaded Mac Pro costs (hint: a lot), Mac Rumors uncovered something a bit stranger. Apparently the nano-texture version of the Pro Display XDR can only be cleaned with a special, Apple-made cloth. No exceptions.

BenQ SW270C Photo Editing Monitor Review: Worth the Upgrade

BenQ has finally launched the SW270C monitor, the successor to the best-selling 27-inch SW2700PT model, which has been a favorite among budget-conscious photographers. I had the pleasure to be one of the first European photographers to test the new SW270C, and made sure to properly put it through its paces for one whole month before writing this review.

The New DisplayPort 2.0 Standard Can Run Three 10K or One 16K Monitor

VESA has announced the first major update to the DisplayPort Audio/Video standard since 2016, and it's a doozy. DisplayPort 2.0 triples the bandwidth of the standard to a mind-blowing 77.37Gbps, which will allow support for up one 16K signal at 60Hz, two 8K signals at 120Hz, or three 10K signals at 60Hz, all at 30 bits per pixel.

f.lux Beta for Windows Can Auto-Disable for Photo Editing Software

If you use the popular software f.lux on Windows for automatically adjusting your monitor color temperature depending on time and location to reduce eye-strain and improve sleep, there's some good news for you: there's now a beta version that brings auto-disabling for photo editing programs like Photoshop and Lightroom.

This Collapsible 24-inch Display Can Fit Inside Your Camera Bag

There's finally a convenient way to take your dual screen setup on-location, and no, we're not talking about a hard-shell case for your Apple Cinema Display. We're talking about the Spontaneous Pop-Up Display (SPUD) that's currently blowing up Kickstarter.

3 Things to Consider When Editing a Black and White Photo

There are a ton of tutorials online that will walk you through properly capturing or creating black and white photos, but this short video by photographer Jeff Rojas focuses on something different. He points out 3 things you may not have considered (but should) when editing any black and white file.