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6 Smartphone Fireworks Photo Tips

You don't need a digital camera to take memorable photos of Fourth of July fireworks. Here are some tips and tricks to use with your smartphone to get better shots of those ribbons of light bursting in air.

Five Fun and Geeky Alternatives to Instagram

Is Instagram too mainstream for you? Check out five alternatives for the geek that loves their photo filters.


You May Like Facebook Camera, But You'll Still Love Instagram

You may Like (or un-Like) Facebook Camera, but here's why Instagram should still have a place in your heart.


This App Lets You Make 3D Models Out of Snapshots

The free 123D Catch app lets you assemble 3D models from snapshots using only your iPad.


The Best Free Software, Mobile Apps, and Web Services, 2012 Edition

59 terrific tools for getting your work done, finding great deals, planning a trip, keeping yourself entertained, and more.


Nine Great Android Alternatives to Facebook's Instagram Photo App

The trendy Instagram app makes your photos more interesting, but instead of using its lesser Android version, try some of these great Android camera apps instead.


Facebook to Buy Instagram for $1 Billion

Facebook will acquire popular photo editing and sharing firm Instagram for $1 billion and promises to allow the company to maintain independence allowing users to post pictures to other social networks.


Why Is Instagram So Popular?

Seeing a lot of dingy, scratched-up photos in your social-network feeds? You can blame the Instagram app. We explore the trend, as well as the attraction--for both iOS and Android users.


Adobe Photoshop CS6 Beta Previews New Features

The free Photoshop beta unveils a fully redesigned interface and brings fun tools such as iris blur and tilt shift.

CanvasPop Integrates With Facebook

The service turns low-resolution photos into a high-quality canvas prints.

Popular Instagram iOS App Hits 27 Million Users: Now Headed for Android

In less than a year, Instagram users had taken and shared 150 million photos, and soon more will have access, the company CEO confirmed at a tech conference this weekend.


Dolby Moves From Smartphone Audio Into Smartphone Camera Technology

Dolby's new HDR technology will allow you to take High Dynamic Range photos with a phone camera and save them to JPEG-HDR.


Dropbox Adds Automatic Photo Uploads

The app will automatically upload your images to a expanded cloud storage from a Mac or Windows PC or Android device, with iOS support expected soon.