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Every inch the premium high-end smartphone, the Xperia Z2 delivers excellent performance, screen quality and camera resolution without compromising battery life. However, the abundance of third-party apps may confuse some users, and we noticed that the handset sometimes runs hot.
Owners of high-end Lumia devices who want the latest camera apps can begin installing them from today with the latest Amber update, but some won't get Amber until the end of September.
Just because you don't have an iPhone doesn't mean that you can't produce superior photos - with the help of Android apps.
Seven popular Android photo apps go up against each other in a test to see who's hot, and who's not.
MacRumors has nabbed a screenshot of Apple's developer release of iOS 4.3 Beta 2 revealing FaceTime, PhotoBooth and Camera apps on the desktop of the iPad 2.
Space lets you access, manage, and organize photos, videos, music, documents, and more on your iPhone 5/5s. The mophie Space app is...
Guest blogger Bob Snow shows us two cool photography apps, one for taking HDR photos, the other for creating perfectly seamless panoramic photos -- all in camera.
There are a bunch of photo-related apps out there for the iPhone and Blackberry, among other smartphones. Many are for photo-sharing (i.e. Flickr, Facebook), but there are a vast number now for editing pictures you took directly on the phone itself. As built-in camera technology gets better, do you think the pictures shot with handhelds are more worthy of the time for a serious touch-up?
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Today on TECHLAND.com, Peter Ha picks the Top 10 Camera Apps for the iPhone including the popular Hipstamatic and Colorsplash. Do you use any third-party camera apps for the iPhone?
The one device that I have not yet had a chance to see in person was the Palm Pre and all of that changed at the Mobile Focus event last night. Kevin Tofel and I were able to corner Matt Crowley, Palm product line manager for the Palm Pre, and he ran through some things on the Pre for us. I asked particularly about 3rd party applications because I haven't yet seen any in action. He showed us Fandango, NASCAR, and Amazon Music on the camera and then we also heard more about Pandora. Check out the video below to see these apps in action and then a walk through some of the other main features of the Palm Pre.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Dancho Danchev: Black market for zero day vulnerabilities still thrivingSpammers targeting Bebo, generate thousands of bogus accountsLarry Dignan: Microsoft: Third party apps killing our securityJosh Taylor: Hands on with the BlackBerry BoldMatthew Miller: Motorola MOTOZINE Z5 comes to T-Mobile with 5 megapixel camera and WiFiCNET News: Salesforce.
Derek Mathieson, project leader at Cern, explains the use of Java apps by the Atlas detector, a six-storey-high, 100-megapixel camera with 100 million data channels
I received the following email from a colleague:Speaking of hacks, Today I went into an Apple store with a less than two week old iPhone that had the green tint camera problem.Because it had been "hacked" with some 3rd party apps and was running T-Mobile they refused to service it, said the warranty was voided and "blacklisted" the phone against future service, or return!
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