Articles tagged "cloud"

Eyefi makes EyeCloud service accessible to smartphone photographers

You can now use the Eyefi cloud service without one of the company's WiFi-enabled SD cards.

Canon launches Irista cloud storage service with 10GB free

Canon has jumped into the crowded online image storage space with the launch of its new Irista image hosting and sharing site. The result of a several-year-long beta testing program, the new Irista website competes with online storage tools like those from Dropbox, Google, Microsoft and Apple. Naturally, Irista caters to photographers with the ability to upload any standard photo file type including Raw. Though anyone can sign up for a free account, paid accounts are only available to residents of certain European countries. Read more

Adobe has released an Android version of its Revel cloud-based image-sharing and management app. 

The latest update of the MEGA cloud storage service's iOS app adds a feature to automatically sync your photographs.

Share photos slideshow style and quickly convert RAW to JPEG with free services.

SkyDrive now a solid choice for basic photo sharing — if you're on Windows

Microsoft's SkyDrive has been upping its game in the photo department to better compete with other cloud storage options — but they still have a ways to go on mobile.

Can't-miss stories for mobile photography enthusiasts.

Amazon provides Dropbox alternative for Android users

Amazon adds automatic image upload to its Cloud Drive Photos app.

Photo sharing service works to continue to attract photographers; updates uploader today.

Eye-Fi launches new cloud storage service

Circ open for beta testing; promises unlimited video and photo storage for free.

Out for Android: Amazon Cloud Drive Photos

App offers offers mobile cloud-based photo storage management.

Adobe forecasts subscription increases and slower revenue

Adobe has reported that earnings for its current quarter will remain flat or decline as customers have signed up for its Creative Cloud subscription services at a faster than expected rate. On this basis, Adobe has predicted Q4 earnings of between 53-58 cents per share on expected revenus of between $1.075 and $1.125 billion, falling shy of analysts' estimates. This reflects an expected 25,000 additional Creative Cloud subscribers. (via Reuters)

Canon adds Google Cloud Print capability to Pixma wireless all-in-ones

Canon has added Google Cloud Print compatibility to its MG8220 and MG6220 Wireless all-in-one printers. The service allows remote printing from Gmail or Google Doc from mobile devices or computers running Google's Chrome browser. Firmware updates may be required for existing printer users. Support will be added to the MX892 in May.