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Microsoft shows off JPEG rival May 25, 2006 New Windows Media Photo format promises images that offer better quality at half the size of JPEG files. Special coverage: Windows in view
Digital cameras focus on revised reality August 29, 2006 Consumers are embracing camera features that make them look thinner and more youthful. But what about society's trust in photography? Photos: Camera makeovers
Corbis move paves way for higher-end microstock September 5, 2007 SnapVillage is considering support for raw images in its stock-photo business, a move that could give it an angle over better-established competitors that only permit JPEG.
Making art from tourists' digital photos March 23, 2007 A software engineer-turned-artist scoured the Net for snapshots, mashed them together, and created images that might make Monet proud.Images: Modern-day Monet?
Bringing vision to the nearly blind June 5, 2006 MIT fellow Elizabeth Goldring works with scientists and produces art to help the nearly blind see more than light and shadows. Images: Visuals for the nearly blind
Flickr brings tagging to vintage images January 17, 2008 Pilot project puts hundreds of public-domain pictures on photo-sharing site. In return, Library of Congress asks for tagging help.Photos: Library of Congress uploads
Microsoft's forgotten monopoly June 19, 2006 Opera CTO Hakon Wium says the existence of a font monopoly is retarding the progress of Web browser development.
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