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Corbis

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Samsung extends Corby line with CorbyPRO, Corby

Both devices target the youth audience with their striking colors, but the difference this time around is the inclusion of physical QWERTY keyboards in slide-out and candy bar form factors.

By October 2, 2009

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Samsung's GT-3310 Corby Mate

The Corby Mate is a texting handset with a full keyboard.

By March 29, 2010

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Samsung launches kid-friendly Corby

Samsung's new Corby aims at the pre-teen market with a touch-screen design and midrange features.

By September 1, 2009

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Corbis to phase out SnapVillage microstock site

Stock art company says it needs a "need a bigger, better offering to achieve success in microstock." It is folding its low-cost photography-licensing site into its Veer property.

By February 5, 2009

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Need a camera in a hurry? Just print one out

Corbis provides templates to make an old-fashioned pinhole camera.

By April 2, 2008

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SnapVillage microstock goes global

Corbis' stock-photo sales site expands to overseas markets--but with an English-only Web site for now.

By January 23, 2008

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Stock art consolidation: Getty to buy Jupiterimages

Getty Images has agreed to acquire one of its top competitors, Jupiterimages, for $96 million. Another rival, Corbis, is cutting photographer royalties.

By October 25, 2008

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SnapVillage retools photo sales site

Corbis is refining its new entrant into the 'microstock' market with better image metadata options. It could be a precursor to raw-image support.

By September 5, 2007

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The 404 1,477: Where you are the best (podcast)

Unsolved mysteries of the Internet are the best! We'll tell you about a YouTube account that's been uploading videos every 20 seconds for the last seven months, the mystery of the 40 year old Russian radio signal UVB-76, an underground iron mine that's archiving 100 million photos for the next 2,000 years, and more!

By May 2, 2014

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It's Bliss: behind the iconic Windows XP photo

Charles O'Rear is the photographer behind Bliss, the Windows XP image that went on to grace millions of desktops around the world. He discusses the iconic photo and how it will live on as XP fades away.

By March 30, 2014