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Engineers at Canon have created a digital image sensor with a resolution of 120-megapixels, the highest yet managed for a sensor of its size.
Sony announced three new camera models on Monday, including two that feature a new translucent mirror technology.
The latest addition to Nikon's digital SLR camera lineup is the affordable, 14.1-megapixel D3100.
Canon releases new Pixma photo multifunction printers.
Having brought desaturation to the iPhone with a version of Color Splash for that device, Pocket Pixels turns its attention to the iPad, and the resulting app is quite impressive.
Brother offers a free iPhone app that lets users of its all-in-one printers print documents and photos from their iOS devices. You can also use the app to scan directly to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
You invested a lot of money in your DSLR camera and lenses. Make sure they stay in good condition with these cleaning techniques, tools, and smart practices.
The Coolpix S1100pj's built-in projector allows you to use the camera as a business-meeting tool when connected to a computer.
Adobe has fixed a serious bug found in the first iPad compatible release of Photoshop Express.
This iPhone 4 app uses that device's front-facing camera to recreate the fun of photo booths. IncrediBooth is cleverly designed, offering a fun way to give your mobile images vintage look using the latest technology.
Adobe has renamed and updated its popular free iPhone application Adobe Photoshop Mobile to Adobe Photoshop Express adding support for Apple's iPad.
ShootShifter helps sort pictures from multiple cameras
Tap Tap Tap's Camera+ app was pulled from the App Store due to a hidden feature that violated Apple's developer agreement.
Adobe has updated Lightroom, its digital photography workflow solution, along with Camera Raw. Both updates are available to download now on Adobe Labs.
Newly revamped Pixelmator 1.6 is incredibly fast, has some fun new tools, and features the same slick-design as always. But is it a valid alternative to Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, or iPhoto?