The photo digitization service will cost more as of May 10. But using it should be getting easier.
I recently received the results of a ScanCafe. Bottom line? Good quality and, at $0.24 per slide and $0.27 per print, the price is hard to beat.
A California company that relies on cheap labor in India to scan film now can handle black-and-white negatives, but they're more expensive to handle.
Photo digitization specialist ScanCafe has shared some statistics from its first 50 million scans. Do its customers come from the high latitudes or something?
Digital photography is a great hobby, so there's an enticing world of accessories. Here's what caught my eye during this season of consumerism.
Brian Cooley gives us the scoop on the LA Auto Show, we help you recover songs from a crashed iPod, and Bonnie Cha reviews the BlackBerry Storm.
We share some of our scariest tech stories.
Chris DiBona, Open Source Manager at Google, talks about Android, open source, and more.
What tech is necessary for your emergency kit? We cover some ideas and take some from the audience.
A photojournalist who can write...CS3's link to Omniture...Olympus' raw codec for Windows Vista...film scanners rated...OLPC ups and downs...nice NYT neologisms