Articles tagged "news"

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Mobile Photography Awards accepting entries

Photographers can win cash prizes for their smartphone shots.

Retailers drop prices for holiday shoppers.

Samsung announces tiny 64GB memory chip for slim smartphones

Samsung shrinks its embedded multimedia cards to keep up with thinning design trends.

Holiday cyber shopping should be busy

“Smartphone Thursday” joins Cyber Monday for holiday shopping.

New Android version out for PostalPix app

Postal Pix now available through Google Play.

iFixit tears down the Nexus 4

What's inside the new Google phone? 

Is photography dead? Infographic explores the question

Fun look at major milestones in the history of photography.

Twitter taking photo-centric turn

Twitter highlighting images now more than ever.

500px expands licensing options

500px rolls out Creative Commons licensing for users.

Cell phone photography pioneer Joel Grey explains how he started shooting with his Nokia 133 in this video.

Stephen Mayes on mobile photography: “pure implementation of the digital phenomenon.”

MacWorld iPhoneography presentation sneak peek

Jack Hollingsworth shares his iPhoneography conversion experience.

Study shows app users ripe for physical photo purchases

An untapped market may await photo app makers.

Chirpify turns Instagram comments to online purchases

Service links PayPal and Instagram for digital purchases, donations and sales.

Congratulations to Sudeep Mehta, winner of our $5,000 top prize.

GoPro releases app for Android

New app allows users to control  GoPro cameras from Android devices.

Largest exhibition of mobile photography in Paris opens Nov. 21

18 photographers on display at the Bastille Design Center.

Insta-scams attract followers with promise of free burritos

Don’t be fooled by Instagram phishing scams.

Can hackers turn the Galaxy Camera into a phone?

Dronestagram turns Instagram feed into political statement

London-based writer takes to Instagram to show the targets of U.S. drone attacks.

Triggertrap now offers Wi-Fi control for remote shutter trigger

New Triggertrap app update allows for shutter release via Wi-Fi.

Business Insider: Apple starting production of iPhone 5S in December

After tales of hardware problems, Apple is reportedly pushing the release of the iPhone 5S.

The Android-running point and shoot will be available in the U.S. later this week.

Photos surface of ZTE’s Nubia Z5

Smartphone fans speculate about Chinese manufacturer’s 13-megapixel smartphone.

Sony’s water-resistant Xperia Advance to come to the U.S.

The Xperia Advance is water resistant and packs a 5-megapixel camera.

BlackBerry 10 to be released on January 30, 2013

RIM’s latest operating system to be unveiled with two new smartphones.

iPhone photography for real tweeters

Bird Photo Booth snaps close ups of fleeting flyers with an iPhone, a wireless trigger and some birdseed.

Another option for connecting your digital camera wirelessly.

Photographer Ben Horne captured his own wedding from his bride's perspective.

Blackberry 10 passes U.S. security clearance

Blackberry's latest mobile operating system cleared to run on government phones, but still doesn't have a release date.

SmugMug looks for Android developers to work on Camera Awesome

Android version of Camera Awesome likely as SmugMug begins search for developers.

Galaxy S3 sales surpass iPhone 4S in third quarter

Samsung sells 18 million Galaxy S3 devices to Apple's 16.2 million iPhone 4S smartphones.

EyeEm app updates with new camera capabilities

Latest update from EyeEm includes new filters and more camera features.

Photo of Obama hug sets Facebook record

Image earns most "likes" ever in history of social network.

Facebook adds photo filters too

Facebook's latest iOS app update includes filters for photos.

NBC creates a map of Instagram’s election photos

Electiongrams maps American voters' Instagram photos.

From Slashgear: Nokia Lumia 920 vs. iPhone 5 in a photo shoot out

Nokia's Lumia 920 promises great photos. Will it deliver?

ProCamera founder shares app's story

Meet Jens Daemgen, founder and chief developer of ProCamera, a pioneer in the iOS photo app scene.

Instagram adds Facebook-style web profiles

Your favorite social photo-sharing app adds web profiles, akin to Facebook. 

Apple boasts iPad sales while Android tablets gain traction

Apple sells 3 million iPads over the weekend, as Android tablets increase market share.

Android’s latest update includes panoramic Photo Sphere feature

Jelly Bean 4.2 takes and maps 360-degree panoramas.

For £399, customers in the UK can buy a Galaxy Camera on November 8th.

New York Times reports Twitter to add photo filters

Twitter may be trying to squeeze out Instagram competition by adding photo filters.

Microsoft testing its own smartphone, says WSJ

Is the software giant going to make its own Windows Phone 8 model? 

iPad 4 teardown reveals larger front-facing camera

iFixit finds 1.2MP Facetime HD camera inside the newest iPad -- a significant improvement over the .3MP Facetime camera in the iPad 3. 

#JJ hashtag encourages Instagram photographers

A mobile photography community finds each other with a two-letter hashtag.

3 of every 4 smartphones are Android

136 million Android smartphones shipped worldwide in Q3, most were made by Samsung.  

Which smartphone is best? Try asking your device.

Google Search app will tell you to decide, unlike Siri. 

Out for Android: Amazon Cloud Drive Photos

App offers offers mobile cloud-based photo storage management.

iFixit tears down the iPad Mini: See what's inside Apple's latest offering, and why it got a 2 out of 10 repairability score.

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