ArcSoft's free photo-retouching app automatically removes blemishes, adds digital makeup, changes eye colors, and offers quick portrait enhancements for anyone who doesn't want to use a full image-editing suite.
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We finally get a chance to look at Lytro's new futuristic light-field camera, and it's pretty darn cool.
The iPhone 4S offers better camera specs than previous iPhones, but does it capture better-looking stills and videos than the best Android phones? Let’s find out.
The Samsung NX200 is a new compact interchangeable-lens model, the WB750 offers an 18X zoom lens, and the slim MV800 has a unique adjustable touchscreen.
With a large sensor, a bright zoom lens, quick access to manual controls, and solid old-school looks, the Fujifilm X10 wants to be the cream of the point-and-shoot crop.
The Panasonic HDC-Z10000 camcorder promises excellent 3D macro capabilities, 1080p video in both 2D and 3D, and wide-aperture F1.5 lenses.
The Melt is a new grilled-cheese chain with some high-tech features, including the ability to bypass the line by scanning a QR code on your phone.
The PCWorld editors discuss the short and long-term implications of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' resignation. Plus, we discuss the fire sale craze that followed when HP discounted its discontinued TouchPad to $99, and more than a dozen new cameras coming this fall from Canon, Nikon, and Sony.
The 24X optical-zoom Lumix FZ150 offers hybrid still-and-video capabilities, the Lumix FX90 allows peer-to-peer sharing with your phone, and a free firmware update to the LX5 adds some new features.
With nine announcements spanning its Alpha, NEX, and Handycam lineups, Sony is betting big on interchangeable-lens cameras for the 2011 holiday season.
The translucent-mirror-equipped Sony Alpha A77 supports shooting speeds and focus skills that put DSLRs to shame, making it an exciting newcomer to the camera world.