New Mionix gaming mice face off in a deathmatch versus each other
Mice are a part of the computer experience that is hard to live without, even more so if someone is going to be gaming. There are tons of different mice to choose from based on the needs of the customer. Mionix recently released two new entries into the gaming mice arena, with the Naos and Avoir 7000. Each mouse brings something different to the table, but are either of them worthy to grace a desktop in a market that features competitors like Razer or Logitech? Check out our review to find out.
booq's Python slimpack stores up to two DSLRs and four mid-size lenses
Today, accessory maker Booq has announced its latest photographer's carrying pack, the Python slimpack. Tailored to keep all gear safely secured and easily-accessible, the Python slimpack possesses multiple padded pockets and a main camera compartment that is plush and red, highlighting and protecting black camera gear.
CineFlare Handheld plugin for Final Cut Pro X creates 'handheld' look
FxFactory, developer of visual effects tools for post-production and broadcast markets, has introduced a new plugin to its repertoire: CineFlare Handheld. Exclusively built for Final Cut Pro X software, CineFlare Handheld allows editors to mimic video recording captured by using a handheld camera.
Google updates Google+ for iOS with photo editing, removes Hangouts
The Google+ app for iOS has received some updates, including some that were shown off at the Google I/O developer event. Photo editing features, such as Auto Engance and Auto Highlight, are included, along with automated hashtags, the ability to edit comments, and minor changes to the update stream, according to The Next Web. The refreshed Hangouts have been removed from the Google+ app and made into its own standalone messaging app.