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  • News: Adobe launches Photoshop, Premiere Elements 9

    Adobe on Monday announced the latest version of Photoshop Elements 9, the company's consumer-level photo editing application, for both Mac and Windows. There are a number of features in this version that are new to Mac users, most notably the bundled Elements Organizer, which acts as a hub for importing, managing, and viewing photo and video files.

  • News: Web privacy: How online photos reveal more than you know

    The geotagging data contained in many mobile phone images can let strangers know exactly where you are and what you've been up to. We find out just why you should be careful when posting digital snaps online.

  • News: 4 things Live YouTube needs to do to succeed

    YouTube's foray into live streaming broadcasts over the web continues this week, with the first test of a streaming platform for third party video content providers. While YouTube has previously dabbled in live streams, such as a U2 concert and an interview with President Barack Obama, its new platform will ultimately allow any video content partner from around the world to broadcast live on the web via YouTube.

  • News: Apple iPad to get front-facing camera

    The redesigned iPod Touch stole the show at Apple's fall music event, but the Cupertino company may have a bigger trick up its sleeve in the coming months: an updated iPad.

  • News: Aiptek i2 is the cheapest 3D camcorder

    Aiptek has introduced the i2, a pocket-sized twin lens camcorder that can record 3D video, at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.

  • Video: HD video conferencing comes to the living room

    Fraunhofer Institute develops audio and video codecs that transmit HD video and audio in real time

  • Video: Aiptek introduces pocket-sized budget 3D camcorder

    Aiptek i2 shoots 3D video on a budget

  • Video: Sony announces music streaming service

    'Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity'

  • Video: Sony unveils 3D product lines at IFA

    3D cameras, PS3, Blu-ray and Vaio laptop

  • News: Panasonic demos consumer 3D video camera

    Most observers agree that more content is needed for 3D to take off in the living room. An important part will be self-generated, Panasonic said Wednesday at the Internationale Funkaustellung (IFA) trade show in Berlin.

  • News: Steve Jobs introduces Apple iOS 4.1

    Steve Jobs today unveiled the latest update of Apple's mobile operating system: Apple iOS 4.1. iOS 4.1 launches today for iPhone, iPad and iPod.

  • Video: 4 reasons cameraphones are better than cameras

    Cameraphones versus dedicated cameras

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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".



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