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All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Thanks to a low-cost camera and companion cloud service for snappy processing, creating models of 3D space just became a whole lot easier.
The private social network opens up to allow users to share updates from more than a dozen camera and fitness applications.
Today's 41-megapixel sensors and 10x optical zooming lenses are just the beginning for smartphone shooters.
CNET's Marguerite Reardon helps a reader decide if the Google Play Edition of the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the HTC One is right for him. And she offers some advice about turning any Android phone into a "pure" Google phone.
A screenshot from retailer B&H Photo shows a new high-end, high-resolution SLR from Canon. But it's not clear yet just how real it is.
Adobe's updated raw-image format now handles stitched panoramas and HDR photos, part of a plan to attract more photographers and allies. Adobe hopes to see the features used -- but isn't promising anything.
A 24-hour test last week of a next-generation Internet went well. That could help IPv6 adoption more than the scarier reality that the world is running out of IPv4 addresses.
Microsoft's free Photosynth iPhone app can stitch together multiple photos taken in any direction to create a single panoramic picture.
The new version of Windows Live Photo Gallery adds facial recognition and group shot features, while Movie Maker adds Facebook support and Microsoft finally brings its sync products together.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is taking a more direct role overseeing consumer products. Here are some suggestions on how to turn the troubled Zune brand around.