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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
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.
Adobe taps the power of negative thinking November 20, 2006 With its Digital Negative project, Adobe is championing an effort to improve photo quality and longevity. If only it were that simple. Photos: Cameras that support Adobe project
Kodak boosts digital camera sensitivity June 14, 2007 Kodak says digital cameras will work better in dim conditions with a straightforward but significant change to image sensors.Photos: Kodak's highly sensitive sensorPodcast: Help for the camera klutz
A peek into Fujitsu's future March 19, 2007 Colored e-paper, waterproof RFID tags and vein-pattern readers are among the products touted at company's tech forum.Photos: Fujitsu peers into the future
How good are the censors in China? May 29, 2007 From China, CNET News.com reporter Michael Kanellos searches the Internet for "Tiananmen," and sees just how editors can alter history in the Digital Age.
Behind the Anshe Chung DMCA complaint January 16, 2007 After a digital attack on the "Second Life" land baroness, her husband, Guntram Graef, filed, then withdrew, the complaint. He explains why.
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