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  • News: Christmas 2009 buyers' guide: For the film buff...

    PC Advisor selects the best technology gifts for the film-lover in your life.

  • News: iPhone users get free Photoshop app

    Adobe has announced Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone and iPod touch is now available from the Apple iTunes App Store worldwide. The application lets users edit and share photos via a simple intuitive interface.

  • How-Tos: How to: Master Corel Digital Studio 2010

    With the increased availability of consumer video on even the cheapest mobile handsets, Corel has bundled its video-editing software with its latest digital image editor. Here, we show you how to make the most out of your home movies and favourite snaps with Corel Digital Studio 2010.

  • News: Photoshop available on Google Android phones

    Adobe has made its photo editing tool for mobile phones available on the Google Android platform worldwide, after launching the product in the US earlier this month.

  • Casio Exilim EX-G1 waterproof camera

    Casio says its EX-G1 camera, set to launch in January, will be the slimmest waterproof, shockproof model on the market.

  • Night Vision digital video camera

    Some of the most interesting things happen at night, but they aren't always that easy to capture for posterity.

  • News: 10 technologies we'll miss when they're gone

    As tech speeds inexorably forward, many gadgets and services will be left in heaps on the roadside. Problem is, we'll truly miss some of them.

  • Olympus PEN EP-2 camera

    Olympus is to offer a second MicroFourThirds camera in its retro-style PEN line of digital cameras. The Olympus PEN EP-2 will go onsale in the UK in January at a cost of £850.

  • News: Microsoft brings Zune movie service to UK

    Microsoft is re-launching its Xbox Live movie service in the UK, under its Zune brand.

  • Philips SPF7008 Bluetooth digital photo frame

    Philips has launched an 8in digital photo frame that offers Bluetooth connectivity and accepts almost any type of memory card. The Philips SPF7008 can receive photos sent wirelessly from a mobile phone.

  • Ricoh GXR interchangeable lens camera

    Ricoh has unveiled the GXR - its first digital camera that features interchangeable lenses.

  • Opinion: Find your stolen photos online

    A friend recently sent me a link to a site that was prominently using a photography I had taken of some wolves. The problem? I hadn't given the owners permission to use my photo, which they had 'borrowed' from my Flickr page.

  • News: 27% of smartphones under $200

    Smartphone prices are falling as shipment volumes increase, and while in 2007 only 18 percent of smartphones on offer cost under US$200 retail that percentage has grown to 27 percent this year.

  • Fuji F72 EXR 10Mp digital camera

    Fuji's latest wide-angle compact is a 10Mp model with a 27mm lens, a 0.5in CCD and a 5x optical zoom.

  • News: Toshiba finally releases methanol fuel cell charger

    After years of prototypes and promises that the technology was just around the corner, Toshiba has become the first major consumer electronics maker to launch a device using direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) technology.

  • News: Windows 7: How to manage photos, videos & media

    One of the most-talked about changes in Microsoft's Windows 7 is how the OS handles media files.

  • Opinion: Turn your torch into a digital paintbrush

    We don't usually often think of it this way, but photography is really about drawing pictures with light - which means that you can literally draw your own pictures by adding light to a photo in a controlled way.

  • News: Website to let you view photos from all social networks

    Swedish company Polar Rose is planning to create a website that allows web users to see their friends' photos , no matter which social network or photo sharing site they have been posted too.

  • How-Tos: How to create watercolour effects

    Watercolour is one of the most popular forms of painting – mistakes can be easily corrected and you needn't be particularly precise in your strokes. This somewhat impressionistic medium is ideal for a first foray into digital painting.

  • News: Lotus Domino users get native iPhone support

    The latest version of IBM's Lotus Domino, set to be announced Tuesday, will natively support the Apple iPhone, allowing users to automatically synchronize e-mail, contacts and calendar data to the popular handset over the air.


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