Brent Rose is a freelance writer and regular Outside contributor. He is currently traveling the U.S. living in a high tech van, looking for stories to tell. Follow his adventures on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and ConnectedStates.com.
Devices that tell athletes how they really feel
We’ve all known that photo fakery has existed pretty much since photography was invented, but for many years you could more or less trust your eyes with video. Not anymore.
Your neighbor is bedazzling her bike. Your cousin just dyed his hair blue. The hardware stores are out of dust masks and glow sticks. This can mean only one thing, it’s time for Burning Man again.
A smart sports watch or a sporty smartwatch? This may just be the best of both worlds.
New apps make editing your action footage easier than ever
GoPro Care covers you for two years
Things to keep you employed when your office is really mobile
A team from the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research and the University of Zurich is trying to build a fleet of affordable drones that can navigate trails during large search...
Researchers Claim Your Activity Tracker May Be Less Secure Than You Think. Why You Don't Have (Much) to Fear.
Study makes great headlines, but ultimately isn’t that scary.
It’s like Match.com for UAVs.
Yes, eventually, you'll basically have an electronic tattoo
Our reviewer dissects the claims behind the newest crop of super clothing for the gym
Every small drone weighing more than half a pound must be registered with the agency. But the process to do so seems downright reasonable.
The first mountain film to be shot entirely in 4K is no gimmick: It's a game changer for high-action, small-budget productions.
Over the summer GoPro released the Hero4 Session, a camera that represented the first dramatic departure from the traditional GoPro form-factor. Instead of a little rectangular box, it was a little...