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Biographer Walter Isaacson on the Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs

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Walter Isaacson author of the Steve Jobs biography has said in the past he omitted certain details and even referred to the book as a “first or second draft” when discussing plans to expand it with an addendum in a future re-release of the best-selling bio. While we’ve heard...
Biographer Walter Isaacson on the Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs
Casio QV-10, the first consumer LCD digital camera, gets 'Essential Historical Material' status

Apple wins photography, predictive text patents

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Apple has won several new patents from the US Patent and Trademark Office. Two of these are specifically related to digital photography; the first, Dynamic exposure metering based on face detection, describes a system through which a device can adjust automatically to best expose the faces in a scene. The...
Apple wins photography, predictive text patents

Lytro founder Ren Ng wants to make photos an experience

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If you think digital photography changed everything, wait till you see light field photography. [Read more]...
Lytro founder Ren Ng wants to make photos an experience

Back-light your subjects for maximum impact | Digital Photography Student

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Back-light your subjects for maximum impact | Digital Photography Student

Kodak's Decline Continues as Digital Cameras Get the Ax

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Kodak, once a symbol of technological innovation, is lately looking more like a textbook example of a disrupted company. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month, after years of struggling to keep up in a landscape dominated by digital cameras, smartphones and photo-sharing apps. One of...
Kodak's Decline Continues as Digital Cameras Get the Ax

Creating a professional on-the-go photography kit

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Digital photography has revolutionized just about every aspect of our lives: the combination of ubiquitous digital cameras present in cell phones, and the advances made in CCD technology in point and shoot cameras as well as digital SLR technology can make even the novice capable of what was once professional...
Creating a professional on-the-go photography kit

How To Lighten Dark Photos In Photoshop

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Often times when you take photos with your camera’s Automatic mode, the images might come out too dark or too bright. The best the way to avoid that problem is to learn how to use your exposure compensation settings in your digital camera, by opening your aperture, or sometimes raising...
How To Lighten Dark Photos In Photoshop
Cloud Backup Service MyShoebox Launches To Synchronize Photos Across All Your Devices

SanDisk co-founder: Flash to squeeze out hard drives and DRAM by 2020

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The co-founder of SanDisk and one of the illustrious fathers of flash memory, Eli Harari, says that flash memory will “checkmate” hard drives by 2020. This is in stark contrast to Microsoft Research and UCSD, which earlier this week claimed that solid-state storage would meet its maker by 2024.Speaking at...
SanDisk co-founder: Flash to squeeze out hard drives and DRAM by 2020

Distro Issue 63: Will Microsoft's Surface tablet rise to the occasion?

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As Windows 8 arrives on the tech scene, Microsoft's retooled operating system carries a truckload of new devices in tow. While the Ultrabooks and All-in-ones are on their way, a lot of attention is being given to the Redmond outfit's Surface slate. The Windows RT-wielding tablet slides into the...
Distro Issue 63: Will Microsoft's Surface tablet rise to the occasion?

Polaroid Z2300 hands-on

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Polaroid. The brand is iconic, to put it lightly. In the post film age however, the company has fought to stay relevant without completely sacrificing its identity at the altar of the digital photography gods. The solution has been cramming printers inside the bodies of its shooters (and partnering...
Polaroid Z2300 hands-on

'Father of digital imaging' Bryce Bayer dies aged 83

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Bryce Bayer, former Eastman Kodak scientist, and inventor of the Bayer Filter -- found with most modern digital image sensors -- has sadly recently passed. Bayer's work with Kodak left an indelible mark on almost every digital image you see today, both figuratively, and literally. His eponymous color filter,...
'Father of digital imaging' Bryce Bayer dies aged 83
Apple may bring 3D gaming and eye-tracking to the iPhone, iMac

Apple Working on Hot 3D Eye-Tracking Interface for Gaming & iPhone!

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On Date, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals a hot 3D eye-tracking based interface that will be used for gaming, digital photography and videography, biometrics and surveillance applications while being an OS feature option for iOS devices and Apple's iMac. The technology...
Apple Working on Hot 3D Eye-Tracking Interface for Gaming & iPhone!
Tech disasters: The worst $#!% that ever happened to our electronics
Adobe releases Lightroom 4 with improved features, $150 price drop

How to get dreamy water look on your photos | Digital Photography Student

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How to get dreamy water look on your photos | Digital Photography Student

It's Early Innings For Digital Pictures

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Editor’s Note: Semil Shah is a contributor to TechCrunch, you can follow him on Twitter at @semil. In the few years I’ve been in Silicon Valley, if someone asked me to sum up — in one word — what defined and dominated consumer technology applications during that time, I’d have...
It's Early Innings For Digital Pictures

Why one shutterbug sides with digital dorks, not Holga hipsters

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The film era still some life left in it, but for CNET's Stephen Shankland, digital photography's practical benefits far overpower the retro chic of the analog era. [Read more]...
Why one shutterbug sides with digital dorks, not Holga hipsters

The end of an era: Kodak kills its digital camera business, focuses on printing

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Struggling photography giant Kodak has announced it will stop making digital photo and video cameras, focusing on its printing business as it looks to “drive sustainable profitability through its most valuable business lines.” Kodak will cease production and stop selling all digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames...
The end of an era: Kodak kills its digital camera business, focuses on printing

Photobucket Inks Editing Partnership With Pixlr, Dumps FotoFlexer, Looking For More Twitter-Like Deals

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The world of digital photography had a shot in the arm yesterday when Facebook picked up Instagram for $1 billion, and it’s perhaps a sign of how all players in that space now need to up their game. Today brings news of a development from Photobucket, the online photo site...
Photobucket Inks Editing Partnership With Pixlr, Dumps FotoFlexer, Looking For More Twitter-Like Deals

MacVoices #1072: Jeff Carlson and Contributors Discuss Digital Photography, Social Networking and the Canon G10/G11 | MacVoices

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MacVoices #1072: Jeff Carlson and Contributors Discuss Digital Photography, Social Networking and the Canon G10/G11 | MacVoices

Job Postings and Patent Acquisitions Hint at Potential Overhaul of iLife and iWork

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Several clues surfacing in recent days have hinted that Apple's iWork and iLife suites may be undergoing substantial redevelopment. Late last week, Apple Bitch noticed two new job listings for senior software engineers for the company's iLife team, with the descriptions emphasizing a desire to "re-imagine how user interfaces should...
Job Postings and Patent Acquisitions Hint at Potential Overhaul of iLife and iWork

How digital technology is reinventing cinema

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As of 2012, around 60% of all cinema screens worldwide have been converted from film to digital projectors. Over half of those digital screens are outfitted with stereoscopic (3D) projectors. By 2015, it is expected that almost every cinema screen will be digital and that film projection will all but...
How digital technology is reinventing cinema

DailyDirt: Cool-Looking Photography

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Digital photography has created a massive amount of incredible images. Although professional photography has and always will require quite a bit of skill, the rise of amateur photographers is unmistakable. We've pointed out some cool photography before, and here are just a few more examples. Family portraits aren't usually made...
DailyDirt: Cool-Looking Photography

Prime or Zoom? « Digital Photography

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Prime or Zoom? « Digital Photography

Kodak on brink of striking deal for $793 million in funding

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Eastman Kodak is attempting to draw its bankruptcy saga to a close. A deal has reportedly been reached with bondholders for $793 million in loans and other debts that could conceivably extract it from bankruptcy proceedings. A key point to the deal is Kodak being required to sell its digital...
Kodak on brink of striking deal for $793 million in funding

OnOne Software Perfect Photo Suite upgraded to version seven

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Photography software creator onOne Software, today announced the release of Perfect Photo Suite 7. The new version has been improved to give photographers more ways to maximize their creativity and solve common problems in digital photography. Perfect Photo Suite 7 provides tools to develop black and white photographs, enhance the...
OnOne Software Perfect Photo Suite upgraded to version seven

Microsoft Office 2013, Windows 8 Launch Date, Digital Photography PC, New Games

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PCWorld editors discuss the the Microsoft Office 2013 Launch Event, Windows ship dates, building a photography PC and new games....
Microsoft Office 2013, Windows 8 Launch Date, Digital Photography PC, New Games
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