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  • News: New Adobe site offers free Photoshop advice

    Adobe has launched Photoshop Marketplace, describing it as the most comprehensive collection of Photoshop-related products, services, and communities available.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 17 April 2009

    New York Auto Show shows off car technology, Sun launches new servers, Sanyo unveils a laser projector, Sony intros a new Walkman and Honda demos two motion assistance devices

  • Video: Fuji launches 3D digital camera

    Japan's FujiFilm is hoping to add a new dimension to photography this year: the third dimension.

  • News: Fuji 3D camera coming this year

    FujiFilm is planning to add a new dimension to photography this year: the third dimension.

  • News: Canon launches entry-level HD DSLR

    Canon has launched its first entry-level digital SLR (single lens reflex) camera to feature full high-definition resolution video recording.

  • Video: Panasonic launches the Lumix GH1

    The new Panasonic Lumix GH1 shoots full HD resolution video in the AVCHD format that's used by many hard-disk camcorder

  • News: Cisco announces plans to acquire Flip Video

    Cisco has made public its intention to acquire Pure Digital, maker of the innovative Flip flash memory-based camcorder. Cisco will pay around $590 million to buy Flip Video in its entirety.

  • News: Flickr takes its place in Getty Images archive

    Photos posted by amateur and professional photographers to the Flickr image-sharing site will be sold via internationally renowned image library Getty Images.

  • News: Flickr adds video uploads for all members

    Photo-sharing service Flickr is providing all its members with the ability to upload video clips as well as photographs to the site.

  • News: Readers' Choice: Top 10 video websites

    With the wealth of good-quality, free video content available on the web, the only difficulty is deciding what to watch and where. PC Advisor readers recommend the finest online clip joints for music videos, TV episodes, films, humour, gaming, nature and more

  • News: Tutorial: Master digital SLR photography

    Until recently, the prohibitive cost of digital SLR (dSLR) cameras meant that many amateur photographers settled for budget-friendly point-and-click compacts. Today we have a new problem: even entry-level dSLRs can be tricky to master.

  • News: 50 great websites and services for 2009

    The internet is a mine of information. But with so much web out there to explore, unearthing new gems has become a tricky task. PC Advisor provides an online treasure map.

  • News: 10 websites to watch in 2009

    2008 was the year of Twitter and Facebook, but which sites will dominate 2009? We've put together a list of the 10 sites we think you won't be able to live without this year.

  • News: 7 great music, image and video-sharing sites

    When you've got your stash of music, image and video files safely backed up, you'll want to start showing them off to your friends.

  • News: Kogan's delayed Google Android phone reappears

    Next week was due to see the launch of only the second Google Android mobile phone. Just days before it was due to ship its highly anticipated Android-based Agora and Agora Pro, Australian maker Kogan postponed the release indefinitely. Now, it seems, the doomed handset may have a second coming.

  • News: YouTube lets users download clips in MPEG4

    YouTube is offering users the chance to download clips as well as stream them from some of the channels on its video-sharing site.

  • News: Microsoft & CNN capture Obama inauguration in 3D

    Microsoft and CNN are joining forces to create a detailed 3D image of President elect Barack Obama's inauguration, which takes place today.

  • News: Watch YouTube on your PS3 or Wii

    PlayStation 3 (PS3) and Nintendo Wii owners can now watch YouTube on their televisions. Currently in beta and announced only Thursday in a blog post by the YouTube Team, the YouTube for Television website offers a remote control-friendly user interface for the popular video site.

  • News: Obama is first president shot in digital

    Barack Obama's election to US president has already brought a string of firsts, and on Wednesday there came another. The official presidential portrait was shot on a digital camera for the first time.

  • Video: LG Display will launch production of 15in OLEDs this year

    LG Display is on the verge of commercial production of a 15-inch OLED panel for use in TVs and laptops, it said last week on the sidelines of the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.



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