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Review: Document Metadata Cleaner strips personally identifiable metadata from your files

You can tell a lot about a document by its metadata, such as when the document was created, who created it, the time of its last edits, and more. If you are determined to keep this information a secret, Document Metadata Cleaner can help you.

Review: Protect your photos from thieves by watermarking them with My Watermark

Protect your photos online by adding a visual watermark with My Watermark.

Hands on with Instagram.com

Instagram's website now lets desktop users view friends’ photos on a news feed. Lauren Crabbe takes the more powerful Instagram.com out for a test drive to find out which features are there and which ones are missing.

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Review: User-friendly Canon T4i boosts performance for both still images and video

The first DSLR to offer a touchscreen LCD, the Canon T4i is brimming with photographic innovation.

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Review: Wipe EXIF metadata from your images using ExifCleaner

Digital photos these days come bundled with a whole host of personally identifying information called EXIF metadata. ExifCleaner can strip this out for you in a flash.

Outsmart your camera by turning off the autofocus

Autofocus is like magic, and it's often done well even by simple, inexpensive cameras. But sometimes it's better to turn off your autofocus control and do it the old fashioned way.

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SnapBox turns your smartphone photos into works of art

SnapBox offers unique gallery-wrapped photos mounted on a canvas frame

Dropbox snaps up SnapJoy photo service

The file-sharing giant extends its photographic reach with acquisition of fledgling photo sharing service.

Instagram yanks photo viewing from Twitter streams

Images from the Instagram photo-sharing service no longer appear in Twitter's feed streams, although users can embed links into tweets, and the microblogging service may be planning to launch its own image processing tool.

Farewell Photoshop: Edit your photos for free

We’re living in a golden age of free photo editing thanks to a wealth of online options.

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