Google+ gets new cloud-based photo-sharing and -editing features at Google I/O in San Francisco. The new tools are designed to speed up the editing and sorting process for users by automatically backing up photos taken on smartphones, and sending them to Google's cloud storage.
Take Your Best Shot, a digital darkroom book by Tim Grey, now available from O'Reilly Media.
In the Digital Darkroom, photo group members can share their photos within the community; participate in forum discussions; access tutorials; and even "Ask Sony" about specific products or technologies.
A new iOS camera app called Digital Negative uses Adobe's DNG format to store uncompressed photos, but it's not the original raw sensor data. Developer Cypress Innovations hopes Apple will open up.
The creator of the Macintosh's QuickDraw graphics system, MacPaint, and HyperCard wants to save the postcard from extinction.
With 8 million copies of its app sold in two years, the popular photo app turns down acquisition offers from Adobe, Google, Zynga, and Twitter.
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The Nokia C6-01 is the affordable end of its new Symbian 3 phones, but that doesn't mean it skimps on features -- Nokia's packed them into this cheap smart phone.
Sony updates its line of consumer-level photo printers.