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Snapshot

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Nudge gives you a simple snapshot of your health

This one fitness app helps make sense of the data from all of your other fitness apps.

By Jul. 11, 2014

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Twitter boards the dronie train with snapshot-taking drone

Twitter has unveiled a new account for a quadcopter drone taking snapshots at the Cannes Lions festival.

By Jun. 17, 2014

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Finding your lost dog is now a snap(shot)

If you've ever lost a dog, you know that your search options are fairly low-tech -- posting fliers, filing a report at your local shelter, knocking on neighbors' doors. Now finding your dog may be a snap, or rather, a snapshot. CNET's Sumi Das shows how a new app uses doggie facial recognition to reunite pets and families.

By Aug. 14, 2013

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Snapchat snapshot: App counts 8M adult users in U.S.

It's not just kids. Adults use Snapchat -- and quite frequently at that.

By Jun. 25, 2013

Review

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX150

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX150 is an excellent little camera that doesn't sacrifice features and performance for size.

May. 18, 2012

4 stars Editors' rating May. 18, 2012
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T-shirts let you wear a snapshot of camera history

Own a piece of photographic history with Dodge and Burn T-shirts that feature various cameras from the past.

By Nov. 21, 2012

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Snapshots of Samsung's Galaxy Camera (pictures)

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will combine with shooting modes in the Samsung Galaxy Camera, announced today at IFA in Berlin. The device will come in 3G and 4G models, both with Wi-Fi as well.

6 Images Aug. 29, 2012

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Entry-level LG Snapshot rumored for Q4

Closely resembling the Optimus L7, this LG smartphone may end up on a no-contract carrier.

By Jun. 8, 2012

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One Day on Earth is a stunning global snapshot (Q&A)

The first film shot in every country of the world, One Day on Earth is a record of how extraordinary a single day on our planet can be.

By Apr. 22, 2012

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Cast-off Netbooks send home snapshots of 'afterlife' (photos)

MIT researchers set up cast-off Netbooks to send back pictures and location data from the computers' new owners in developing countries. The images are random windows into the everyday lives of people in Africa, South Asia, and Indonesia.

15 Images Jul. 24, 2011