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  • Aiptek HD 3D camcorder

    Firebox has started selling the Aiptek HD 3D camcorder unveiled back in June. The £200 3D video camera has two separate lenses and image sensors to record 720p footage in 3D.

  • News: August 2010's 115 best technology products revealed

    Each month PC Advisor publishes more technology reviews than any other UK publication. We cover all kinds of consumer and business technology, hardware and software, and to help you make sense of it all there's our unique Top 5 Charts.

  • How-Tos: How to print perfect pictures poster-size

    We use free open-source image editor The Gimp and Easy Poster Print to perfect our favourite summer snaps and print them out at poster-size

  • Video: Panasonic unveils consumer 3D camcorders

    Twin-lens adaptor enables 3D recording

  • News: 3D camcorders launching worldwide in October

    Panasonic unveiled its first two consumer camcorders capable of recording video in 3D on Wednesday in Tokyo.

  • News: Royal family launches Flickr collection

    The Royal Family has a Flickr collection, which allows the public to view pictures from private photo albums, and behind the scenes shots from royal ceremonies.

  • Video: Japan promises holographic TV for 2022 World Cup

    Bidding nation touts ultra-realistic football broadcasts

  • News: 5 reasons to try Windows Live Photo Gallery Wave 4

    Whether you're repairing a leaky faucet or editing your photos, everything is easier if you use the right tools for the task. I use a variety of programs on my own photos, for example. When I'm editing a photo I plan to print or publish, for example, I use Adobe Lightroom. For projects that require compositing--such as combining multiple images in layers, replacing a sky, or moving a person from one photo to another--I'll use a more traditional photo editor like Adobe Photoshop or Corel Paint Shop Pro.

  • Sony Cyber-shot TX9 digital compact camera

    Sony's latest compact cameras, the Cyber-shot WX5 and the Cyber-shot TX9 come with one notable, futuristic feature: 3D.

  • FaceVsion TouchCam N1 HD webcam

    FaceVsion – a spin-off company from Quanta Computer, an ODM and OEM manufacturer for premium brand companies such as Apple – has launched a high-definition webcam that makes use of the Skype HD protocol.

  • Sony NEX-VG10E camcorder

    Sony has become the first company to launch a digital camcorder with interchangeable lenses aimed at the non-professional market.

  • News: 10 obsolete technologies that refuse to die

    When you want send a message to someone you probably head for your email account, rather than a telegram. However, once upon a time, technologies such as the telegraph, typewriters, fax machines and even record decks were depended on.

  • News: Poll: 48 percent never use their digital photos

    Nearly half (48.1 percent) of respondents to a PC Advisor poll have admitted they won't print, share or display this year's digital holiday photos, and that they'll "probably just sit on my laptop or memory card".

  • News: Sony camera delivers 3D from single lens

    Though 3D-capable cameras are nothing new, two new additions to Sony's 2010 Cyber-shot line are notable for their 3D-shooting capabilities: They're the first everyday point-and-shoot cameras that offer 3D imaging capabilities, and they create 3D photos with a single lens.

  • Compro IP55 network webcam

    Compro Technology has unveiled its latest webcam, the IP55 Network Camera - a device clever enough to stream video footage to a smartphone.

  • News: ProcessOne unveils cross-platform mobile messaging service

    Mobile phone users with either Apple iPhones or a handset running Google Android will now be able to talk to each other via their handsets thanks to the launch of a smartphone cross-platform messaging app from ProcessOne.

  • News: 16.5 percent of fans streaming World Cup coverage

    Of those lucky football fans who are able to follow the World Cup 2010 at work, 16.5 percent are streaming TV coverage over the web, according to a PC Advisor poll.

  • News: PCs becoming as popular as TV as a viewing platform

    Nearly half (46 percent) of 18 to 25 year olds spend as much time watching TV as they do using online video services, says RealNetworks.

  • Toshiba Camileo BW10 underwater HD camcorder

    Toshiba has unveiled the Camileo BW10 Underwater HD camcorder.

  • News: Optical zoom takes over from megapixels in camera wishlist

    Many digital photography novices don’t look beyond the megapixel count when buying a new camera, but PC Advisor readers are much harder to please, according to our recent poll.



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