As the company trumpets Google Photos' new abilities for archiving and sharing photos, it also quietly drops a sophisticated tool for editing them.
Google and NASA have teamed up to bring interactive maps of Mars and our moon to the Internet. We're already picking out where our glass-domed vacation condo will be on the Red Planet when we visit in 30 years.
On today's show, we check out new photo editing software that lets you manipulate 2D objects as if they were 3D, talk about a new eHighway demo coming to California, and marvel over Google Earth's new maps of Mars and the moon.
In effort to take on Adobe, DxO Labs tries working with its competitor while Corel tries a speed boost and new features.
Top Tech Photo has released a "baseline" version of a photo-editing tool that uses Web-standard technologies.
Google has hired John Nack, who's led Photoshop and mobile teams at Adobe, in a new sign that the search company is serious about digital photography, too.
Now we know what Google's Nik Software acquisition was really about: bringing respectable photo editing to cloud computing. But it's only for the Chrome browser.
Google has given its social network the photo-editing prowess of Snapseed for users on Chrome.
The latest Google+ app for Android adds new photo-editing features and a cleaner layout that matches up with the recently redesigned Web version.
Bringing its technology for processing raw photos to mobile devices, then linking it with cloud services could be a step toward Lightroom on mobile.