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Articles tagged "mobile"
Rutgers University project shows you global hashtag “beats.”
Accessory uses mobile phones to hold subject's attention.
App makes your photos look like they were taken on old Nokia phones.
ReadyClick lets you snap your shot hands-free.
The free app for iOS and Android allows for easy in-home photo sharing.
App update aimed at iPad Mini and Nexus 7 users.
Our reviewer looks at Gary Fong's iPhone accessory.
Four-minute long video is made up of 1,905 Instagram shots.
One mobile photographer makes the jump from an iPhone 3GS to the iPhone 5.
Triggertrap Mobile, the camera triggering app, is available for free between now and the New Year. The idea is to make it easier to give the mobile dongle (that costs $24.99) as a gift, without the recipient then having to buy the associated app. The app is available for both iOS and Android and allows a smartphone to perform as series of sophisticated camera triggering actions, when connected to the camera using the mobile dongle.
Damian Dinning lead Nokia through the development of PureView.
Sales-seekers didn’t wait until Cyber Monday to score deals from Internet retailers.
Lumia 920 sells out on Amazon, T Mobile out of Nexus 4 devices
Compact camera sales drop over the past year as mobile photography gains popularity.
Accessory will make iPhone photos 14 megapixels, the singer claims.
Android users may order prints from phone, update includes 4x4 format.
Photo Sync uploads your photos privately so you can share them later; now testing for iOS.
Samsung shrinks its embedded multimedia cards to keep up with thinning design trends.
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