Nokia Lumia 1020 Nudges Smartphone Cameras to the Next Level

The Lumia 1020 smartphone is great for photo nerds. Now, about the actual phone …
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Samsung Targets Photo-Thusiasts With Android-Based Galaxy NX Camera

There’s the Galaxy Camera … the Galaxy S4 Zoom … and now, a Galaxy camera with interchangeable lenses. Got all that?
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Paperback Version of Jobs Best-Selling Bio to Be Released in Fall, With New Cover Shot of Young Steve

A new look for a new version of the book about tech’s greatest icon.
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Exclusive: Eye-Fi CEO Yuval Koren Steps Down; Roxio Exec Matt DiMaria Takes Lead

Eye-Fi’s Yuval Koren has stepped down as CEO of the company, and will be replaced by tech industry veteran Matt DiMaria, who most recently was executive vice president and general manager at digital media software company Roxio. Koren co-founded Eye-Fi in 2005 along with three others, and has had two stints as CEO of the company, most recently taking on the role in May of 2011. He will remain an advisor to the company. DiMaria joins Eye-Fi, which makes Wi-Fi-enabled SD cards for cameras, at a time when more digital-imaging products are coming out with built-in WiFi, forcing a reevaluation in strategy at the Bay Area-based startup.

As Fantasy Football Servers Fumble on Game Day, Yahoo Rolls Out More Homepage Tests Ahead of December Launch

“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” — Vince Lombardi
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Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me: Yahoo’s Latest New Homepage Redesign Tries Dramatic Interactive Tile Look

Apparently, imitation of Flipboard, Window 8, Pinterest, Wonderwall and more is the sincerest form of flattery.
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Consumer Reports: T-Mobile Fudged Camera Specs on New Smartphones

So, about that five-megapixel camera …
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FaceTagram? InstaBook? Whatever You Call It, All Your Mobile Photo Are Belong to Facebook (for $1 Billion)!

Actually, it’s pretty simple: Photos. Photos. And, oh yes, mobile photos — lots and lots and lots of them.
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Luminate Raises $10.7M in New Funding, Adds Image App Store

Luminate, the Silicon Valley start-up aimed at making digital images interactive, said it had raised $10.7 million in a Series C round of funding, led by Nokia Growth Partners and also including existing investors. It also said it was launching an Image App Store to “provide a central location for publishers to browse and choose the specific image apps they wish to leverage for their sites.”

Viral Image: The Biggest and Bluest Marble

Our beautiful home in the deep, dark universe.
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