A microSD card is an easy way to add more storage directly to your phone or tablet. We’ve picked out eight great cards that offer excellent bang for your buck. View original article at Digital Trends

DJI’s latest update for the Mavic 3 is a big one, and it makes an already excellent drone even better. View original article at Digital Trends

The Insta360 Sphere camera allows you to capture 360 aerial videos without getting your drone in the picture. View original article at Digital Trends

DJI is developing a Cinewhoop-style drone capable of capturing dramatic footage indoors, according to information from two reliable leakers. View original article at Digital Trends

Drone giant DJI has shared a video showing the kind of imagery that its new Mini 3 Pro quadcopter is capable of shooting. View original article at Digital Trends

The DJI Mini 3 Pro delivers terrific value and surprising capabilities in a remarkably small and light drone. View original article at Digital Trends

DJI is set to unveil its Mini 3 Pro drone on Tuesday, though we already know quite a bit about the new quadcopter. A leaked unboxing video tells us even more. View original article at Digital Trends

Snapchat has released an autonomous drone for capturing video and photos. The Pixy quadcopter joins Snapchat’s high-tech specs in the company’s product lineup. View original article at Digital Trends

Image via Snap   Who would’ve guessed that when Snapchat first debuted with its creative filters in 2011, it would one day morph into a technology giant taking photography to new heights with a flying drone? Now, with ‘Pixy’, the company’s personal pocket-sized, free-flying camera sidekick, users can capture their most precious moments from new perspectives wherever, whenever.   According to Snap, not only is Pixy able to fly in four preset flight paths, but it can also float, orbit, and follow users’ lead without any controller or…

The drone camera is the newest hardware product from the maker of Snapchat, which previously released smart glasses known as Spectacles. Original article at nytimes.com