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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's new HDR technology will allow you to take High Dynamic Range photos with a phone camera and save them to JPEG-HDR.
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.
Adobe will launch its Creative Cloud software-and-services bundle alongside Creative Suite 6 in the first half of the year.
Adobe shows off two new Content-Aware Fill tools that let you move objects in your images and expand them.
The photo editing website Picnik heads to the dark room April 19, as Google pushes its Google+ services instead.
Following a 19-camera announcement a few days ago, Fujifilm put the cherry on top of its CES sundae with a new interchangeable-lens X-series camera, the X-Pro 1.
Backing off on the standard specs allows hardware makers more flexibility to design phones for specialized markets and cut costs along with cutting features.
Adobe shows off a Photoshop feature that can correct blurry images into crisp pictures at Adobe MAX 2011.
Adobe showed off the prototype at the Adobe Max conference but its not clear if or when the new unblur feature will make it into a future version of Photoshop.
The iPhone 4S might look very similar to last year’s iPhone 4, but some intriguing specs and features are hidden under the hood.
Nearly 90 percent of all printer users mainly use their printers to print out photos and printers, a poll suggests.