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Longhorn's photo finish

roundup Windows users to get more control over digital images, as Microsoft delves into raw picture data. Also: Shutterfly makes a buy.

Windows users to get more control over digital images, as Microsoft delves into raw picture data. Also: Shutterfly makes a buy.

Longhorn photo support comes into focus

Microsoft is rallying industry support for "raw" digital photo formats that it says could ease picture editing and boost image quality.
June 1, 2005

Shutterfly buys out Memory Matrix

The online photo service company acquires Memory Matrix technology and the expertise of Lynx creator Lou Montulli.
June 1, 2005

Slim cameras heavy on features

If you want a camera the size of a credit card, must you lower your expectations? Several wafer-thin models offer great resolution.
The New York Times
May 29, 2005

previous coverage

Yahoo pictures easier photo sharing

Site launches test version of a free e-mail service designed to let subscribers more easily send and share digital photos.
Images: Yahoo puts its stamp on photo sharing
May 25, 2005

Photographers ask camera makers to open up

It's time for Nikon, Canon, others to unlock their file formats, photographers say. At stake: the future of the world's image libraries.
April 25, 2005

Nikon's photo encryption reported broken

Proprietary encryption format used in some high-end cameras appears to be toast, clearing the way for third-party image software.
April 21, 2005