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Sling Studio makes multi-camera video production so damn easy

Tito Hamze gives an in-depth review of the Sling Studio, a multi-camera production studio that turns your existing cameras wireless and makes your phones into cameras with the ability to control everything from an iPad as a switcher. It’s the most portable multi-cam setup I’ve ever used — and it’s awesome! Read More

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Khaled "Tito" Hamze

July 25th

Gadgets

The Best Gadgets of 2016

We spend a lot of time playing with gadgets at Gizmodo. A lot! Very few actually impress us, but 2016 did deliver some great gear we actually liked. Here are some of our favorite gadgets this year.

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Michael Nunez

December 21st

Gadgets

Kodak teases a new phone for an October 20 reveal

kodak-teaser Kodak accidentally teased an upcoming phone today in a now-deleted tweet. Fortunately, the image accompanying the tweet is also easily found at Kodakphones.com. Read More

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Devin Coldewey

October 6th

Gadgets

Mobile

Kodak teases a new phone for an October 20 reveal

kodak-teaser Kodak accidentally teased an upcoming phone today in a now-deleted tweet. Fortunately, the image accompanying the tweet is also easily found at Kodakphones.com. Read More

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Devin Coldewey

October 6th

Gadgets

Mobile

Airlines Now Verbally Warning Passengers Not to Use Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on the Plane

Airlines and airports are beginning to crack down on explosive Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones. This morning, New York Times reporter Mike Isaac tweeted that his airline verbally warned passengers to power off and stow the recalled device.

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Rhett Jones

September 11th

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LG G5 Review: A Timid Attempt to Put the Gadget Back in Smartphones

They say you can’t have your cake and eat it too, but when it comes to smartphones, consumers want more functionality, while expecting the hardware to keep getting thinner. With the G5, LG believes it’s found a way to meet those expectations by adding functionality through swappable modules.

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Andrew Liszewski

April 12th

Gadgets

Chicago Man Charged with Felony for Jamming Cell Phones on a Train

People squawking on their phones on public transportation is annoying as hell. That’s why one Chicago man allegedly took it upon himself to jam fellow commuters’ cell phone signals as part of a morning ritual that lasted months. Now he’s a charged felon in jail, being held for a $10,000 bail.

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Bryan Lufkin

March 9th

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Train Tracks Are the Most Dangerous Way to Charge a Phone

Did I mention it’s illegal too? Because it’s super illegal.

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March 7th

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iOS 9.3 makes it abundantly clear if your work iPhone is being tracked by your employer

Apple is ramping up security and privacy efforts on all fronts right now, although most attention is currently directed towards the ongoing Apple FBI iPhone backdoor case. Reddit user MaGNeTiX has found that Apple is taking a big step in iOS 9.3 (currently on beta 5) towards transparency when an iOS device is being managed by an institution or enterprise through MDM. If your iPhone is being tracked by the company, it is now clearly marked in the About page of Settings and the Lock Screen. It’s hard to get more clear than a permanent ‘This iPhone is managed by your organisation’ message at the bottom of the screen.

Apple lets companies track and manage iPhones through an MDM deployment program. iOS 9.3 will remove any ambiguity as to whether the company is tracking the device …

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Filed under: AAPL Company, iOS, iOS Devices, Tech Industry Tagged: devices, employees, iOS, iOS 9 beta 5, lock screen, MDM, phones

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Benjamin Mayo

March 2nd

Apple

Mac

iOS 9.3 makes it abundantly clear if your work iPhone is being tracked by your employer

Apple is ramping up security and privacy efforts on all fronts right now, although most attention is currently directed towards the ongoing Apple FBI iPhone backdoor case. Reddit user MaGNeTiX has found that Apple is taking a big step in iOS 9.3 (currently on beta 5) towards transparency when an iOS device is being managed by an institution or enterprise through MDM. If your iPhone is being tracked by the company, it is now clearly marked in the About page of Settings and the Lock Screen. It’s hard to get more clear than a permanent ‘This iPhone is managed by your organisation’ message at the bottom of the screen.

Apple lets companies track and manage iPhones through an MDM deployment program. iOS 9.3 will remove any ambiguity as to whether the company is tracking the device …

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Filed under: AAPL Company, iOS, iOS Devices, Tech Industry Tagged: devices, employees, iOS, iOS 9 beta 5, lock screen, MDM, phones

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Benjamin Mayo

March 2nd

Apple

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