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Picnik is shutting down for good on April 19. We'll show you a few alternatives to consider.
Picnik users say Google is trying to force them into its Google+ social network if they want access to the site's photo-editing features. And they're not happy about it.
The Web giant continues its purge of peripheral actitivies, shuttering the photo-editing service, its social graph API and four other businesses.
Google's recent acquisition of Picnik has led to deep integration of the photo editor into Google's Picasa Web Albums site.
PNG images tend to be larger in file size than JPEGs. PNGGauntlet can help reduce the PNG file size so they load faster and take up less storage.
Web image editor PicMonkey is free and easy. And surprisingly feature rich.
Google may still be raking in the profits, but the mojo behind Gmail, Chrome, News, Translate, and Docs has started to fade in the face of stiffer competition.
The latest stable release of Chrome OS added a basic photo editor for Chromebook users.
Even for those who buy into cloud computing, the first-generation Chromebook can be painfully pokey. But faster next-gen models are on the way, Google tells CNET.
Years late to the game, Epson enters the portable document-scanning market with the WorkForce DS-30, a mobile workstation that lets users hit one button to scan originals directly to Web-based cloud services like Google Docs, Evernote, and SharePoint.