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  • News: Hitachi's Blu-ray camcorder launching in Europe

    Hitachi will launch its Blu-ray Disc-based digital video camcorder in Europe in October, the company announced at the IFA international consumer electronics show in Berlin.

  • News: Casio camera shoots 60 photos per second

    Casio has developed a digital still camera capable of shooting 60 photos per second at full resolution.

  • News: Adobe adds new InDesign & Soundbooth tools

    Adobe Labs has released a series of tools for InDesign and Soundbooth users - plus a migration tool for owners of Pixmantec's RawShooter.

  • News: Yahoo to close Yahoo Photos

    Yahoo is to close down Yahoo Photos and focus all its efforts on its other photo-sharing site, Flickr.

  • How-Tos: How to work out your camera's largest print size

    You've got a digital photo. How big should you print it? In the old days, making prints was pretty easy. You'd take a roll of film to the chemist, and in an hour you'd get a bunch of 4x6in prints. If you especially liked one of them, you could order a 5x7in or an 8x10in print. That was pretty much all there was to it.

  • News: MySpace & MTV line up Presidential candidates

    US Presidential candidates are to continue their Web 2.0 onslaught by appearing in a new series of events backed by MySpace and MTV.com.

  • News: Nikon claims D3 is world's fastest digital SLR

    The £3,400 Nikon D3 is set to go on sale in the UK from November and its maker is claiming it represents 'a new benchmark in professional photography'.

  • News: Sony plans shoulder-mount HDV camcorder

    Sony is expanding its HDV high-definition tape product range with its first shoulder-mounted HDV camcorder.

  • News: First YouTube InVideo adverts go live today

    YouTube is to launch a new way to advertise on videos hosted at its popular website.

  • News: Photoshop gets Microsoft HD View plug-in

    Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite 3 (CS2) and CS3 now support Microsoft's HP Photo format after Microsoft released a plug-in for systems running on Mac OS X v10.4. The beta version will expire on December 31, 2007.

  • News: Adobe adds H.264 support to Flash Player 9

    Adobe has added the H.264 codec within Flash Player 9, adding high-definition video support to its video player.

  • News: Canon announces 21Mp digital SLR camera

    Canon is throwing down the gauntlet to other camera manufacturers with the launch today of a 21Mp digital SLR (single lens reflex) model that costs just £600. A year ago, we were reviewing models such as the Nikon D80 - a £699 camera that could capture only half this amount of detail.

  • News: Sony launches 8.1Mp touchscreen camera

    Sony is upgrading its thin T-series digital still camera line with a new model that packs a larger display with touchscreen.

  • News: August 2007's hottest new gadgets revealed

    With the constant flood of gadgets that flows across my desk, I've realised that we're throwing away and replacing products much more quickly today than in the past. When I was a kid we took our broken TV to the local repair shop and, usually for the price of a valve or resistor, the set was returned in a day ready to provide another few years of service.

  • News: Google calls in comedians in YouTube lawsuit

    Viacom's lawsuit against Google's YouTube video-sharing service has taken a comedy twist after Google revealed it hopes to question two US comedians in connection with the $1bn suit.

  • News: 3.2Mp Sony Ericsson phone offers auto focus

    Sony Ericsson hopes its new K770 Cyber-shot phone will narrow the quality gap between dedicated digital cameras and mobile phones with integrated cameras.

  • News: Hitachi launches first Blu-ray camcorder

    Hitachi is set to be first to market with a digital video camcorder based on Blu-ray Disc. The company plans to put two Blu-ray camcorders on sale at the end of this month in Japan and later this year in North America.

  • News: Nokia plans mobile social-networking

    Nokia is targeting Flickr and YouTube with the acquisition of Twango, a social-networking site based in the US.

  • News: Microsoft reveals revolutionary photo tech

    Microsoft is working on a variety of innovative photo projects, ranging from experiments with its 3D maps offering to massive panoramic photos that users can zoom into for details.

  • News: The 20 most annoying IT products in history

    Some things are annoying by their nature - spam, Jim Davidson, people with massive dogs who say: 'don't worry, he won't hurt you'. But when the annoyances stem from stuff you've paid for, fur starts flying.



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