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As a statement on unrealistic beauty standards, a Hungarian pop singer has released a music video in which she undergoes the sort of digital transformation usually seen in glossy magazines.
A wave of experimentation is sweeping the camera industry as it grapples with the second phase of the digital revolution. Be careful: today's bold design could be tomorrow's evolutionary dead end.
The legendary photographer is the latest to become the subject of the Google doodle on the search giant's home page.
Plenty of photographers have tapped Google Street View for imagery with a documentary or photojournalistic feel. But Aaron Hobson doesn't like his Street View images raw. He likes to cook them a little.
Luxury watchmaker sued Apple on Friday because of third-party iPhone apps that tells time via a fake watch display. Satisfied that Apple had removed the apps, Cartier decides to drop the suit the next day.
The latest issue of Project, Richard Branson's men's mag for the iPad, is free. American Express is footing the bill with advertising, hoping you never leave home without it.
In a survey claiming to quantify brand desire, it seems people desire iPhones more than they desire the salvation of animals or people. Or Microsoft.
News Corp.'s social network features a new marketing campaign by jewelry house Cartier, a brand that's out of reach for most of the music-loving teens who made the site famous.
Shoppers and retailers aren't the only ones gearing up for the holidays. Criminals are out in full force with plenty of scams to separate you and your money.
The camera on the iPhone isn't exactly the best you can get, but does that mean photos taken with it can't be artistic? We analyse the merits of a new type of photography — iPhone-ography.