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Nokia refocuses after hanging up devices and services unit

When the Microsoft deal closes, Nokia will get a new unit called Advanced Technologies. Just what will this unknown quantity be working on?

By 15 January 2014

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Nokia vs. Lytro: the refocusing challenge

We pit the Nokia 1520 and Lytro camera head-to-head in a refocusing battle. Can a smartphone topple the light-field camera?

By 9 December 2013

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Nokia Refocus app now available for Lumia handsets

The Refocus app that simulates the effect of a Lytro camera is now available for a range of Nokia phones.

By 14 November 2013

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Nokia's Refocus app makes its way to Lumia PureView devices

The app allows users to adjust the focal point of an image after the photo has been taken.

By 14 November 2013

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Nokia Lumia 1520 gets RAW photos, Lytro-like refocusing

Smartphone photographers get more options with the announcement of RAW support for the Lumia 1520, trickling down to the Lumia 1020 in due course.

By 23 October 2013

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KaleidoCamera brings Lytro-like refocusing to your SLR

Light-field technology has grown in popularity since the arrival of the Lytro camera, which allows photographers to refocus images after they have been taken.

By 22 July 2013

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Get Lytro-like refocusing with the FocusTwist app

This Lytro-style app is coming to a smartphone near you soon, allowing users to refocus images after they have been taken.

By 22 April 2013

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Light your photos, videos with Fotodiox Pro compact FlapJack LED panels

The new edge-lit circular and rectangular panels are thin and light enough to stick in your bag and let you put light where other panels might be just too big.

By 1 October 2014

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Electrolux to vacuum up GE Appliances for $3.3 billion

GE continues its efforts to refocus its portfolio toward its heavy-industry businesses and away from lower-margin consumer devices.

By 9 September 2014

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Refocusing camera module could soon come to smartphones

A company called DigitalOptics has revealed a Lytro-like technology that lets photographers refocus images after they have been taken, coming soon to a smartphone near you.

By 4 March 2013