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What if you had a Polaroid camera hooked up to your Print Screen button?

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I remember first discovering the Print Screen button when I was very little. I was astounded at its simplicity and usefulness as much as I was annoyed with its name. It should be called Snapshot, Screen Capture, or something along those lines; but I digress: there’s now a camera that...
What if you had a Polaroid camera hooked up to your Print Screen button?

Smile photographers: Pics.io delivers RAW photo edits in the browser

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Does a browser replacement for Photoshop sound too good to be true? What if, to make it even better, it took advantage of Google Drive? Lets take it one step further and add image viewing and editing for RAW photography images, which are made from the native sensor data from...
Smile photographers: Pics.io delivers RAW photo edits in the browser

Nokia updates its Cinemagraph Windows Phone lense app to finally add social sharing

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When we reviewed the Nokia 920, one of the oddities we noticed in one of Nokia’s apps was the lack of a dedicated social sharing feature for its Cinemagraph lense. Nokia told us the feature was coming, and today it has pushed live an update that enables the sharing of...
Nokia updates its Cinemagraph Windows Phone lense app to finally add social sharing

Graphic.ly Wants To Blow Your Mind Away With Digital Comics (Video Demo)

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Will digital books will ever match printed ones for sheer reading pleasure? What about comic books and graphic novels? I think it depends on what device you are reading them. One of the most visually stunning apps on the iPad, for instance, is the Marvel Comics reader. You just...
Graphic.ly Wants To Blow Your Mind Away With Digital Comics (Video Demo)

Hexxeh updates Chrome OS build, now more kick-ass than ever

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Filed under: OS Updates, Google While the official release of Google Chrome OS won't be arriving for a few more months, Hexxeh continues plugging away at his Chromium remix -- and his latest release is better than ever. Codenamed Flow (I'll assume because of the epic Vanilla Ice line "Flow...
Hexxeh updates Chrome OS build, now more kick-ass than ever

New York Times Juices Up Its Document Viewer

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The New York Times' new Doc Viewer 2.0 is, depending on what you value, either a pasted-on ornament of no real use to a typical news consumer, or it's an open-source, crowd-sourcing game changer. With information-taming technologies like search engines already at a reader's fingertips, there is debatable value in...
New York Times Juices Up Its Document Viewer
Amazon Web Services Launches Web Identity Service With Support For Google And Facebook

Google fixing some WebP image format shortcomings

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Addressing early criticisms, Google finalizes how its image file format will handle metadata and color profiles. Also new: faster encoding and animation support. [Read more]...
Google fixing some WebP image format shortcomings

Facebook Strikes Deal To Make TV And Movie Sharing Easier

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Social Media Insights is a daily newsletter from Business Insider that collects and delivers the top social media news first thing every morning. You can sign up to receive Social Media Insights here or at the bottom of this post. Facebook Partners With Rovi (TNW)Facebook has announced it will be...
Facebook Strikes Deal To Make TV And Movie Sharing Easier

Just how good is Google Drive’s image recognition?

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Of all the exciting things Google announced at the I/O developer conference this week, one of the sleeper hits was Drive for iOS. “Sleeper” might be too strong a word — attach “for iOS” to anything and it’s going to get attention — but it’s hard for any announcement to...
Just how good is Google Drive’s image recognition?

‘Office for iPad’ CloudOn launches on Android tablets and integrates with Google Drive

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CloudOn launched in the US back in January, bringing Microsoft Office functionality direct to the iPad. It swiftly found its way to pole position in Apple’s free app category, and in response to “enormous demand”, it finally hit Apple’s UK App Store in February. Last month we reported that CloudOn...
‘Office for iPad’ CloudOn launches on Android tablets and integrates with Google Drive

Screenshot Plus and iWork: the poor man's screenshot editing suite

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Filed under: Productivity, iWorkDespite their office productivity leanings, the iWork suite of apps (Pages, Keynote and Numbers) also serve as good image editors. With each app, you can crop and mask an image, as well as create alpha channels. While a handful of useful paid-for screen capture apps are available...
Screenshot Plus and iWork: the poor man's screenshot editing suite

Apple already investigating Mac OS X 10.7.3 CUI, application crashing issues

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This morning, news broke out that Apple’s latest Mac OS X update – 10.7.3 – includes an odd bug surrounding CUI and app crashes. A number of 10.7.3 users are reporting that applications are often crashing and are given error messages with “CUI” stamped on it (as shown in...
Apple already investigating Mac OS X 10.7.3 CUI, application crashing issues

Is A Hash Of Hash Of A Torrent Of A Torrent Of Copyrighted Data Copyrighted?

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Let’s try to parse this. Pirate Bay (.se) user allisfine just recently uploaded a torrent to the site that is a collection of all the magnet identifiers for the entire site (actually, only about a quarter of the site, but all the publicly visible ones). That is to say, it...
Is A Hash Of Hash Of A Torrent Of A Torrent Of Copyrighted Data Copyrighted?
How To Unlock Google Drive's App Potential For Music, Image Editing, And More

After 2 Years In Stealth Mode And A $180 Million Acquisition, OMGPOP Founder Debuts New Startup, Picturelife

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Last year, as his startup OMGPOP was getting acquired for $180 million, Charles Forman announced a new venture. Forman, Threadless co-founder Jacob Dehart and OHours founder Nate Westheimer were quietly working on a photo startup called Picturelife. The idea, which the three spent two years building, was to put "all...
After 2 Years In Stealth Mode And A $180 Million Acquisition, OMGPOP Founder Debuts New Startup, Picturelife

The New York Times Explains Why The GIF Is So Popular Right Now

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GIFs, the animated image file format, have had a renaissance, becoming quite popular on the web for the last year or so.  Alex Williams at The New York Times decided to dig in and figure out why the animated files that are almost as old as the web itself have...
The New York Times Explains Why The GIF Is So Popular Right Now

Review: OpenPuff steganography tool hides confidential data in plain sight

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Steganography, or hiding messages in plain sight, is a storied practice dating back to ancient Greece. In modern practice, steganography means taking a media file such as an MP3 or a jpeg image and burying data in it. The file still works as usual, and if you don't specifically...
Review: OpenPuff steganography tool hides confidential data in plain sight

Over 3 Years Later, ‘Deleted’ Facebook Photos Are Still Online

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Facebook is still working on deleting photos from its servers in a timely manner nearly three years after Ars first brought attention to the topic. The company admitted on Friday that its older systems for storing uploaded content “did not always delete images from content delivery networks in a reasonable...
Over 3 Years Later, ‘Deleted’ Facebook Photos Are Still Online
Facebook, 1997 called and they want their photo uploading tech back

Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air soundbar further befits its moniker with custom speaker grilles

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Remember Klipsch's $500 Gallery G-17 Air soundbar that wowed our ears last holiday season? If you weren't fond of the AirPlay-enabled rig's piano-black finish, you might be pleased to know that the company is ready to let you spice it up visually. If you'll recall, the unit features a...
Klipsch Gallery G-17 Air soundbar further befits its moniker with custom speaker grilles

BlackBerry warns of TIFF vulnerability that could allow malware to run on enterprise servers

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Malicious hackers could create a boobytrapped TIFF image file and either trick a BlackBerry smartphone user into visiting a webpage carrying the image, or embed the malicious image directly into an email or instant message... ..and plant malware on your enterprise server....
BlackBerry warns of TIFF vulnerability that could allow malware to run on enterprise servers

App Spotlight: Sign documents on the go with HelloSign

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HelloSign for iOS. We live in an increasingly paperless world, but just try to get someone's signature without one or more sheets of letter-size stock. Whether you need to collect signatures or fork over yours, it usually means dealing with printed matter. Or maybe not, if you sign up...
App Spotlight: Sign documents on the go with HelloSign
Verizon teases “Something is Coming” ahead of iPad launch

How to edit PDFs in Word 2013

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Word 2013 brings a fair number of new featuresto the word-processing table, but one of the most welcome (and business-friendly) by far is the ability to edit PDFs. Previously, that capability would require Adobe Acrobat X Pro or some other pricey utility. That's because a PDF is technically an...
How to edit PDFs in Word 2013

Mac OS X 10.7.3 hits with bug fixes, new languages

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Apple today released its latest Mac OS X Lion update with version 10.7.3 that also includes Safari 5.1.3. The update brings several bug fixes for improved performance and compatibility. It also adds several new languages and RAW image file support for new cameras. Specifically with bug fixes, the updates resolves...
Mac OS X 10.7.3 hits with bug fixes, new languages
The Lytro camera is out, but is it a revolution or gimmick?

Pics.io Wants To Bring A Collaborative, RAW-Based Photo Editing Workflow To The Browser

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A new startup called Pics.io out of the Ukraine hopes to take the next big leap in the online photography workflow, by making browser-based, fully collaborative RAW image file processing a reality. The team has plenty of experience working in digital photography, and is now looking for funding to...
Pics.io Wants To Bring A Collaborative, RAW-Based Photo Editing Workflow To The Browser

Report: iOS 6 Maps is data-efficient compared to predecessor

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In the face negative press about iOS 6's new Maps app, a bit of detective work by mobile app producer Onavo has unearthed a positive tidbit of news. The company says that iOS 6's Maps app uses considerably less data than its Google-powered predecessor—in fact, Onavo claims the much-maligned Apple...
Report: iOS 6 Maps is data-efficient compared to predecessor

Prepare your blog for the Facebook, err, Social Era

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Despite the controversy surrounding Instant Personalization, the social plugins offered by Facebook seem to do rather well on the Internet, at least according to the data published on their blog. It’s fairly easy to add social data and interaction on a blog, but, as I discovered, some of the options...
Prepare your blog for the Facebook, err, Social Era
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