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Nik to move photo-editing software to Photoshop

Nik Software's "U Point" photo-editing technology will be available as a Photoshop plug-in later this quarter.

By 30 January 2008

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Google+ gets sophisticated array of photo editing tools

Now we know what Google's Nik Software acquisition was really about: bringing respectable photo editing to cloud computing. But it's only for the Chrome browser.

By 12 September 2013

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Creepy mechanical hand is always impatient

Mechanical sculptor Nik Ramage created a battery-powered hand whose sole purpose is tapping its fingers.

By 2 January 2012

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Windows 8 beta now available as Consumer Preview

The new version of Windows is now available in beta, so you can have a look see what all the fuss is about.

By 1 March 2012

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Google+ gets Snapseed photo editing in Chrome browser

Google has given its social network the photo-editing prowess of Snapseed for users on Chrome.

By 12 September 2013

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Marc Benioff: No more status quo

Steve Gillmor and Nik Cubrilovic, hosts of the new TechCrunchIT site, interview Marc Benioff after his latest hookup with Google.

By 23 June 2008

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Musical mason jar lets you unbottle your beats

You thought mason jars were only good for catching fireflies, canning jam, or housing overpriced drinks at hipster bars. This musical mason jar might just prove you wrong.

By 5 June 2014

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These fingers just won't stop drumming

Artist Nik Ramage has crafted an eternally tapping mechanical copy of his own hand. At the flick of a switch the resin cast fingers drum rhythmically, until switched off.

By 23 September 2009

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Adobe Photoshop honcho takes over Google photo editing

Google has hired John Nack, who's led Photoshop and mobile teams at Adobe, in a new sign that the search company is serious about digital photography, too.

By 3 February 2014

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Google's Picasa software backs up photos from PCs to Google+

In a new move to fold Google+ into people's lives, Google releases a tool that lets people automatically back up their photos to the social service.

By 30 December 2013