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MatchLens ApplicationIndelible Pictures, Inc.This calculator computes the equivalent lens focal length to produce the same field of view between...
dynamically check the link between an MS Word document & its template
Bring back the joy and wonder of accidental double exposure to your digital photographs with LightLeak DX. Advances such as Photoshop have turned...
Remember playing this on Windows 3.1? Well now it's been ported to the iPhone so you have a chance to relive those nostalgic memories.
Remember playing game in grade school? Now you can play on your iPhone. With great dilemmas and more to come!
Built for Google Cardboard - A Virtual Reality experience from The Indelicates
Nokia's path to developing an indelible identity? Make something different.
He's still young. His mind is all there. Yes, the boy from the old "Dude, you're getting a Dell" ads says he has what it takes to make Dell an indelible success again.
Friends and colleagues shed a light on Jobs by revealing some of their most indelible moments with the late Apple leader, via Forbes magazine.
You may not feel like the flotsam and jetsam that make up the facts of your life are important, but increasingly companies are using that dry data to make your every online step as indelible as if written in blood. Here's how to take back your digital dignity.
HTC is bringing Android to the people with the HTC Tattoo, an inexpensive Android touchscreen phone you can customise with switchable covers featuring your own snaps
The year provided a plethora of tech- and nature-oriented eye candy, from green machines to the Red Planet.
Photographing fireworks for a happy Fourth, putting pink in its place, plus the usual rumor and innuendo.
Open source seeped into nearly every software category, leaving an indelible mark on how software is bought and sold.
If you believe the introduction of a single API is enough to change some indelible facts about the storage business, analyst Ashok Kumar has a bridge in Brooklyn he'd love to sell you.
Indelible Blue, a company that got its start selling computers with IBM's OS/2, has added Linux to its stable of machines with alternative operating systems. The company has begun selling Atlas, a workstation with Red Hat's distribution of Linux, a Unix-like operating system. Prices begin at $1,263 for a system based on an Intel Celeron chip running at 333 MHz.