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Apple's WWDC photo ops

At WWDC, Apple announced cloud-based photo syncing and new camera-friendly features for the iPhone.

By June 6, 2011

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Microsoft's 'photo op' moment at open-source conference?

Software giant needs to engage with open source at the code level, not the conference level.

By July 22, 2008

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Photo-ops and media wranglers: My experience covering Clinton

Hillary Clinton visited Laney College in Oakland today. As an employee at the college television station, I had the chance to cover her appearance. While it was certainly a great opportunity to hear the presidential candidate speak it also provided a chan

By October 1, 2007

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Microsoft's photo op: digital imaging and Windows Vista

Microsoft's photo op: digital imaging and Windows Vista

By June 9, 2006

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SNL's Obama kisses Bieber for HealthCare.gov

What would it take to get 10 million people to sign up on HealthCare.gov in 48 hours? "Saturday Night Live" thinks selfies, cats, and celebrities are the answer.

By March 30, 2014

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Cosmonauts set for Olympic torch relay spacewalk

The Olympic torch arrived on the International Space Station, but how will it do during a spacewalk?

By November 8, 2013

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Trolls take on 9-year-old girl's Kickstarter project...and lose

The conspiracy theories swirling around a seemingly benign crowdfunding campaign turned into a tornado over the weekend. Crave's Eric Mack investigates.

By March 25, 2013

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See what it's like to wear Google Glass

Hoping to carve out a new type of personal computing, Google has shown off how to use its computerised eyewear to search, navigate, chat and take photos.

By February 20, 2013

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Google's electronic eyewear gets 'OK Glass' voice commands

Hoping to carve out a new type of personal computing, Google shows off how to use its computerized eyewear to search, navigate, chat, and take photos.

By February 20, 2013

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World's tallest tower to overshadow monumental goof in Ecuador

A new monument to the middle of the world would be nearly 3 miles above sea level, twice as high as the current tallest building on the globe. Thanks to modern GPS, it will also stand just where it should.

By November 25, 2012