Apple appears to be working on a new technology that would prevent concert-goers from using their iPhone cameras to record images or video of performers on stage.
Adobe updates its touch-based applications - Adobe Eazel, Color Lava and Nav - enabling features such as image galleries and photo capture.
Pentax announces today the O-GPS1 unit for Pentax DSLRs, a weather-resistant device that will track the user's location.
Sigma's updated 120-300mm F2.8 EX DG OS APO HSM lens is now available in the US.
Tenba launches a new collection today for the outdoorsy types. The Discovery collection includes a Daypack with Hydration reservoir and a Shoulder Bag for large camera systems.
Western Digital is now offering the ability to push content captured with iOS and Android devices running the WD Photos app to WD TV Live Hub media players.
Nikon has announced the Nikkor AF-S 50mm f/1.8G lens, a compact, prime lens that combines the versatility of a 50mm focal length and the benefits of a fast aperture for photos and movies.
Modern inkjet printers are fast, dependable and surprisingly affordable. However, the price of inkjet consumables can add considerable 'hidden costs.' We take an in-depth look at this, as well as other issues, in our continuing 'Rethink Ink' series on inkjet printer technology.
Adobe has announced that it is going to make tablet integration a part of Photoshop CS5, promoting mobile development with the release of the Photoshop Touch Software Development Kit (SDK) and three companion apps.
Lensbaby, manufacturer of creative-effects SLR camera lenses, has announced its newest lens body, the Composer Pro.
Adobe has announced the immediate availability of Adobe Photoshop Express 2.0 software for Apple's iOS devices.
You've purchased an external flash unit for your DSLR and you're an expert in utilizing bounce flash. Now it's time to get creative - we've outlined five easy-to-use flash accessories for the photographer looking for some extra illumination.
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