Nothing will ever replace the formal photos from a wedding photographer. But for those silly dance floor pics or perhaps candid shots of cocktail hour, there are several new apps that make it easy for guests to act as amateur photographers. These apps let guests snap shots throughout the day and then share the special photos with the married couple. In this Tech Mintue, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some of her favorite wedding photo sharing apps.
If you want a great wedding on a budget, you may want to consider running the event's music yourself--everything from the processional to the dance party. CNET's Donald Bell offers the tips and tricks he's used for his own wedding and for others.
To celebrate the British royal wedding, T-Mobile re-creates the famous YouTube "JK Wedding Dance" video with royal lookalikes. Even the Queen is seen jigging away merrily.
The latest YouTube video to capture the world's imagination is a dance performed by a wedding party in a Minnesota church. So just how much money can YouTube make out of the video?
The Microsoft-Yahoo mating dance or proposed shotgun wedding continues to drag out. I expect a wedding between the two parties this year. The honeymoon will be short, and Jerry Yang can go back to being chief Yahoo and not chief executive.
Yes, you can copyright a dance. And the man who owns the rights to the iconic wedding shuffle isn't pleased that it's popping up on the Web.