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Has iOS 4 made all of your photos blurry?

June 21st, 2010

iOS 4 has been available to the masses for only three hours, but we’ve already received a rash of bug complaints from early adopters. According to several of our readers, all photos synced to their device through iPhoto have been down-sampled so much that they’re now very, very blurry. We’ve tested this out on a …

AT&T gets ready for your iPad, new iPhone with micro-SIMs

April 29th, 2010

If you’ve never seen a micro-SIM before, you’ll probably be pretty shocked to learn that it’s simply just a smaller SIM card… just like the name implies. What’s interesting, however, is that the SIM isn’t actually different as the chip is exactly the same, the only difference is that the plastic surrounding it is minimized. In …

Apple iPad unboxing

April 3rd, 2010

You know we had to do one… But now that we (and practically most of the human race) have got a unit in hand, what do we think? In the really short time we’ve had it: It’s definitely heavier than you’d think but too heavy. We carry around 4-7lb laptops all the time, so 1.5lbs …

Apple announces Aperture 3

February 9th, 2010

Something photographers have been waiting for; Aperture 3 finally brings all the features we know and love in iPhoto ’09, and meshes them with a new and improved Aperture software set. We’re talking about great organizatioin features using Faces and Places, brand new Brushes that let you paint effects on images, full 64-bit support for …

10 fantastic free iPhone apps every photography fan should have

August 17th, 2009

One of the greatest features of the iPhone 3GS compared to older iPhone models is the camera. Yes, at 3 megapixels it’s still lagging behind the rest of the industry where resolution is concerned and yes, it still doesn’t have a flash (though 90 percent of flashes on mobile phones are just about useless). Despite …

Live Images of LG Renoir, the Viewty successor, emerge

September 21st, 2008

Back in August, LG officially announced the new LG KC910, the successor to the LG Viewty. Officially given the name LG Renoir, the phone has made its appearance in a few pictures snagged from it168.com. A short review of the specs will remind you that it has Quad-band GSM, UMTS (HSDPA 7.2 Mbps), 3 inch WQVGA …

Flickr upload comes to BlackBerry

June 7th, 2008

Looking for a way to instantaneously upload shots from your BlackBerry smartphone to your Flickr account? You’re in luck. Flickr and RIM have joined forces to bring ‘Berry users a native uploading client. Available right now from the BlackBerry mobile startpage, the software if installable on any BlackBerry with a camera, OS 4.2 or higher, …