Google has launched its two new Pixel phones, replacing the Nexus line, with some super high-end features to tempt as many iOS and other Android users as possible, with Telstra and JB Hi-Fi as its Australian launch partners.
Wow. The photos taken by Sports Illustrated photographer David E. Klutho using an iPhone 7 Plus look absolutely stunning – judge for yourself!
Apple’s not-so-secret agent of change is the iPhone, its most popular and profitable product shining brightest in a constellation of complete eco-system power.
Designed to provide a devilishly good NAS home media storage experience in a powerful yet affordable way, Synology’s DiskStation DS216j seeks an audience - with you!
Security vendor AVG has launched a new app – Smart Photo Cleaner for Android – which automatically identifies and removes duplicate, poor quality photos to improve smartphone and other device performance.
Claiming to have re-imagined storage, Seagate’s Backup Plus drives have added new pluses to its package: 200GB of OneDrive cloud storage, new app and 4TB capacity.
AVG’s latest Digital Diaries Study shows tweens are digitally doctoring their images before sharing online, leading to potentially damaging consequences for young girls and boys.
Leaked photos of Apple’s superthin 12-inch MacBook and powerpack have emerged, while separately, Core M performance compares nicely to 2011's MacBook Air with Core i7.
An Australian beauty website notes while 66% of Aussie women think it’s wrong for magazines to edit images, 57% regularly edit themselves to look better online.
Camera and printer maker Canon has announced a 1TB storage device designed explicitly to hold photos and videos.
When videos go viral, the creator often doesn’t get a penny, but if you submit your photos and videos to Newzulu, you can share in a 50/50 split that, if sold to news organisations, could easily earn you a pretty penny!
Facebook-owned photo-sharing service Instagram has said it's bringing advertising to Australia and several other non-US countries later this year.
Photo-sharing service Instagram has unveiled Instagram Direct - a new feature that will allow its 150 million members to send photo and video messages privately to friends and family.
Online black market Silk Road may have closed down but that hasn't stopped wannabe criminals from using the Internet to peddle their wares.
Facebook is now allowing its users to collaborate on photos of birthday parties, events and weddings, in an effort to "memorialize shared events."
Two of the most popular photo and video sharing services went offline simultaneously over the weekend, causing frustrated users to take to Twitter to vent their rage.
Twitter's once-popular video sharing app, Vine, may soon be a thing of the past, if current trends continue.
A new survey has found two thirds of us now catalogue our pictures on computers, tablets or smartphones, instead of a traditional 'album.'
Yahoo has made some big changes to its Flickr photo sharing service, adding a new interface and a free whole terabyte of storage.
The world's most popular meal-blogging application has finally included a 'tagging' feature.
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