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  • News: AOL kills AOL Pictures service

    AOL has notified its users that it is to close its AOL Pictures service at the end of the year.

  • Create Your Own Canvas kit

    If you love the idea of turning your digital pictures into canvas prints to adorn your walls, but you're not so keen on the price (usually £50 and above) then the £9.95 Create Your Own Canvas kit could be just the thing for you.

  • News: XP users must update Internet Explorer 6 now

    Microsoft released 11 security updates yesterday, including fixes for critical security bugs in Windows Active Directory, Internet Explorer, Excel and the Microsoft Host Integration Server, which integrates Windows computers with IBM mainframes.

  • Linx Memoire digital photo frames

    Linx has added to its line-up of digital photo frames with the launch of three new frames with screens ranging from 7in to 10.2in. The Linx Memoire frames accept four different types of memory card and have a 300:1 contrast ratio.

  • Sanyo VPC-HD1010 HD camcorder

    Sanyo has announced a £499 HD camcorder with many image-optimisation features usually found in digital cameras. The Sanyo VPC-HD1010 HD camcorder is onsale in the UK this month.

  • News: BBC blames Apple for iPhone/iPlayer hold-up

    The BBC has announced that content downloaded from its iPlayer can be viewed on mobile devices.

  • How-Tos: How to create memorable monotone shots

    Old school black-and-white photography is popping up in all sorts of situations. We describe the best methods for creating monotone shots.

  • News: YouTube Hot Spots improves video usage analytics

    Google has again improved usage metrics for YouTube videos, making it possible for account holders to measure the popularity of different parts of a clip.

  • News: 10 overrated gadgets, and their better alternatives

    When it comes to technology, there's plenty of gadgets and gizmos that have earned huge amounts of initial praise, but don't live up to the hype. And for every overrated product, there's an equivalent that is vastly underrated and doesn't get the respect it deserves. We've put together a list of 10 most-hyped tech products available and the most underrated rival.

  • News: Photobox launches Super Photos Facebook application

    Photobox has launched a Facebook www.facebook.com application that allows users to upload their pictures to the photo printing website and the social networking site at the same time.

  • News: Hasselblad to launch 60-megapixel camera

    At photokina 2008 Hasselblad showed off its new flagship camera, the H3DII-50, that is the first digital camera on the market to feature Kodak's 50-megapixel sensor. A 60-megapixel model will be announced in 2009.

  • News: September 2008's best new products revealed

    September 2008 has proven to be a bumper month for exciting new gadgets, with new cameras, TVs, NAS drives, and a laptop from Samsung that has critics drooling.

  • News: The 12 most embarrassing photos on the web

    A single photo can cost you your reputation, your job, even your freedom - if you post it online. Teachers, principals, firemen, mayors, university presidents and everyday people have all discovered the dark side of putting the wrong photos and videos on social networking sites. The results aren't pretty, but they are sometimes hilarious. Here's our dirty dozen - 12 pictures their owners probably wish they could take back.

  • New high-end Canon IXUS models unveiled

    Canon has unveiled two new high-end models in its popular IXUS range of compact cameras: the Digital IXUS 980 IS and Digital IXUS 870 IS.

  • Video: Casio's EX-FH20 camera

    Casio is following on from its critically acclaimed F1 digital camera with a new model, the High Speed Exilim FH-20, that features most of the same technology but is more compact, offers a higher resolution and is cheaper.

  • News: Canon EOS 5D Mark II records HD video

    Canon has updated its three-year old EOS 5D digital SLR camera with a new model, the EOS 5D Mark II, that features the ability to record high-definition video.

  • How-Tos: How to geo-tag images with Panoramio

    Digital cameras and mobile phones are increasingly able to geo-reference information and pinpoint our location. It's now possible to ‘geo-tag' photos before uploading them to the web, allowing Google Maps, Google Earth and similar mapping applications to display the exact location that an image was taken.

  • How-Tos: How to digitise analogue video content

    As Hollywood moguls encourage us to relive the transition from VHS to DVD with Blu-ray, many of us are still hanging on to our trusty old VCRs and video cassettes. But with the threat of tape mould looming, it really is time to go digital.

  • News: Casio adds cheaper and compact Exilim EX-FH20

    The digital still camera market got something new earlier this year when Casio launched its Exilim F1 model with the ability to take super slow-motion video and perform a host of neat tricks thanks to a burst shooting mode. Casio's newest camera, the Exilim EX-FH20, was launched today and features most of the same technology but is more compact, offers a higher resolution and is cheaper.

  • Test Centre: Group test: 10 photo printers reviewed

    PC Advisor reviews the best multifunctional printers, and the sharpest direct photo printers.



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