Tech

Shooting Lomography's Lomo'Instant

The Toy Camera that’s Helping to Keep Film Alive

The Lomo'Instant camera goes beyond other instant cameras with its range of creative controls and add-ons while still appealing to a new generation of analog photographers just looking for a start shooting film.

Pay No Attention To That Man Behind The Phone

The Home Screens of GP

Get a quick glimpse behind the curtain with a look at the phone home screens of 15 GP staffers and a little on their favorite apps.

Reassessing the classic home theater faceoff

Projector or TV: Is It Even a Contest?

Cost per inch of screen. It's the kind of fuzzy value calculation that warms many home theater shoppers to the idea of buying a projector in the first place. But is it really that simple?

The Best Digital Guard Dogs of 2015

Surveilling the New Generation of Smart Cameras

Like it or not, it's 2015: a dog at the foot of the bed and a revolver in your drawer is neither the safest nor the most sensible home security setup you can have. These seven home surveillance cameras lead the charge towards an altogether more secure and responsible home.

The Clash of Consoles

Decrypted: Why the PS4 Is Winning

Now that the gaming trifecta -- PS4, XBox One, Wii U -- has been on shelves for over a year, it’s become increasingly clear that one in particular is pulling ahead. What’s Sony doing so right with the PS4? We’re glad you asked.

Studs, Duds, and the Lot

The Best of CES 2015

All the happenings at the International Consumer Electronics Show -- CES 2015 -- including groundbreaking introductions and glaring vacancies.

Testing a Mindfulness Tool At the Mall on Black Friday

Home for the Holidays with the Muse Brain Sensing Headband

The Muse is a "mindfulness" tool recommended for use in a quiet place, removed from distraction for optimal results and noticeable calmness. I, being on my way home for Thanksgiving, decided the best way to test it was to wear it around my relatives and on a Black Friday trip to the mall.