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Canon bringing EOS M3 mirrorless camera to US in October

08/27, 9:44am

US launch of Canon EOS M3 takes place months after Europe, Asia

Canon has confirmed it will be bringing the EOS M3 mirrorless camera to the United States in the near future, following its launch in European and Asian markets earlier this year. The compact snapper, which houses a 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor with the DIGIC 6 image processor, will be arriving in the country in early October, with it keeping exactly the same list of specifications as its international counterparts.

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Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II adds five-axis image stabilization system

08/25, 7:57am

OLED viewfinder included in OM-D E-M10 Mark II, shipping this September

Olympus has updated the OM-D E-M10 mirrorless camera it released last year by adding five-axis stabilization, among other new features. The new OM-D E-M10 Mark II has the same vintage styling as the original, but this time the 16.1-megapixel Micro Four Thirds shooter has a similar VCM image stabilization system to the E-M5 Mark II, allowing it to compensate for camera roll, vertical and horizontal shift by up to four steps.

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MacNN Deals: Improve your photography with these camera accessories

08/24, 8:43am

Lomography camera, remote shutter, lenses on offer at MacNN Deals

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the offers available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today, we are continuing where we left off on Friday by highlighting three more items that may be handy for photographers, including lenses to give you more shooting options for your smartphone, a remote trigger, and a way to experiment with analog photography.

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Hands On: Lytro Light-Field Camera

08/24, 7:25am

Quirky rectangular camera allows you to refocus images on the fly

Photography is a fairly accessible hobby to get into in the digital age, in terms of both cost and starting skill level. With the advent of smartphones, more and more people are seriously looking into digital photography and don't take long to branch out and grab some specialized equipment. If this sounds like you, we're going to give you an option you may have never thought of: the Lytro light-field camera.

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MacNN Deals: Accessories to improve your photography

08/21, 12:51pm

Lytro camera, selfie stick for a GoPro and a compact dolly available on MacNN Deals

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals, we are showcasing some of the offers available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today, we are highlighting items that could be useful for photographers, including a first-generation Lytro lightfield camera, a compact dolly for swooping table shots, and a selfie stick designed for a GoPro.

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Canon debuts seven new Pixma printers across three lines

08/19, 9:18am

Seven printers bring wireless printing to SOHO, home, school

Canon today announced an expansion to its Pixma printer line. Revealed today are seven new models of printers utilizing Canon's print technology with the Pixma MG7720, three models in the the MG6800 series, and three models of the MG5700 series of Wireless Inkjet All-in-One (AIO) printers.

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Hands On: Trimaginator 1.8 (iOS)

08/18, 7:39am

Photography app features interesting polygonal filters to give your pictures a new look

We check out a lot of photography apps, from improved cameras to vintage filters and art filter apps. Every so often, we come across photography apps that sort of defy conventional categories. Today, we're adding another app to that list with Trimaginator, a quirky filter app centered around triangles.

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Apple adds camera-focused ad to 'Not an iPhone' campaign

08/07, 9:28pm

New TV spot highlights iPhone's spot as top camera among all models

One seemingly little-known fact about the iPhone is that, across the various models, it is the top camera used to take pictures worldwide. Not the top smartphone camera -- the most used camera. In a new commercial from Apple that adds to its latest "If it's not an iPhone, it's not an iPhone" campaign, the camera and its ability to get high-quality photos even in adverse conditions is highlighted.

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Blu-Ray Disk Association begins Ultra HD deployment on August 24

08/05, 12:10pm

Products with Ultra HD resolution expected before end of year

The Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) will commence licensing the Ultra HD Blu-ray format starting August 24. The format provides expanded color range, high frame rate up to 60fps and up-to 3840x2160 resolution. Product announcements are expected for the 2015 holiday season.

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Daily Deals: Lytro Illum, 50-inch Ultra HD Vizio TV, OKI printer

08/04, 3:54pm

Online deal highlights for August 4, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. Yesterday's still-active deals are joined by a new batch, including the Lytro Illum Light Field Camera for $800, a 50-inch Ultra HD Vizio television for $800, and the OKI MB471 LED Multifunction Laser Printer for a third of its usual price.

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Epson rolls out five printers in new low-cost consumable EcoTank line

08/04, 8:30am

Array of printers span several use cases, come with up to two years of ink

Under its new EcoTank brand, Epson today unveiled five new all-in-one color printers featuring large ink reservoirs -- what Epson defines as the Supertank category -- that come loaded and ready for up to two years of prints without replacing the ink. Epson claims that When comparing EcoTank to a traditional printer, the ink included with the EcoTank is equivalent to about 20 sets of ink cartridges, depending on the model.

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Daily Deals: Fire TV Stick, 24-inch Dell monitor, Duracell batteries

08/03, 2:11pm

Online deal highlights for August 3, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The old deals from last week have been wiped from the list completely, with the new deals for this week including the Amazon Fire TV Stick for $25, a 24-inch Dell monitor for $185, and a massive selection of Duracell batteries from Woot.

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Fujifilm releases infrared-capable X-T1 IR mirrorless camera

08/03, 12:16pm

Flagship camera line intended for law enforcement, education

Fujifilm has announced an update to its flagship mirrorless camera line. The new Fujifilm X-T1 IR is the company's first infrared X-Series mirrorless camera that delivers high performance in demanding fields for technical experts, law enforcement, medical research and scientific communities. Sharing nearly identical specifications as the original, the new model adds advanced infrared technology to see light from the ultraviolet (UV), visible and infrared (IR) portions of the light spectrum with a range of approximately 380nm through 1,000nm.

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MacNN's Week That Was: July 26 through August 2, 2015

08/02, 8:44pm

Windows 10 launches, Angry Birds 2, and very British problems

Hopefully you have had an enjoyable weekend, and are starting to wind down in preparation for the start of the working week, so why not relive the bits you may have missed. In this weekly discussion, we look at the stories that entertained us, informed us, or just plain tickled us in the course of the week. Yes, this does include talk of Windows 10, because it's just too important an item not to talk about here. We're not just highlighting our own writing -- anything that we've discussed behind the scenes here at MacNN is fair game.

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Hands On: Gif Me! Camera 1.11 (iPhone)

07/31, 8:25am

Quickly make GIFs straight from your iPhone with this user-friendly app

The Internet is obsessed with GIFs, if you haven't noticed, but we're pretty sure you have: and for good reason -- they're small, they're animated, and usually contain some of the funniest bits of things you'll see all day. If you've ever wanted to make your own GIFs, we've got a just the app for you to check out: Gif Me! Camera.

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Nokia reveals Ozo stereoscopic 360-degree camera for VR videos

07/29, 8:56am

Professional-level Nokia Ozo offers live monitoring, rapid 360-degree video composites

Nokia has unveiled its first camera aimed at professional creators of 360-degree video content, for the production of footage viewable using virtual reality headsets and other imaging systems. The Ozo virtual reality camera is a spherical device that has a collection of eight imaging sensors and an equal number of microphones capable of recording stereoscopic video and audio that can be seen and heard at all angles.

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Realmac leverages Google algorithm in OS X Deep Dream image generator

07/22, 9:45am

New app uses complex Google code in easy to use front end

A few weeks ago, Google announced its research into neural networks and image processing. Alongside this news, Google also open-sourced its "deepdream" code that allows anyone with the technical know-how to do the same. Developer Realmac has brought together a Mac app that allows users to make Google deepdream images, coupled with a simple user interface.

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Google to start shutting down Google+ Photos in August

07/21, 9:53am

Social network losing Photos app in favor of recently-launched service

Google is preparing to shut down the photo-sharing section of Google+, in favor of pushing users to the recently-launched Google Photos service. The search giant is warning that it will begin to shut down access to Google+ Photos within the social network from August 1, with users able to transition their existing Google+ Photos over to the new Google Photos from a prompt appearing on their Google+ account page, as well as within the Google+ Photos apps.

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Panasonic launches Lumix GX8, Lumix Z330 4K-capable cameras

07/16, 3:39pm

Lumix GX8 has 20.3MP sensor, 0.07-second autofocus

Panasonic has unveiled a pair of digital cameras it will be bringing out in the coming months. The Lumix DMC-GX8 is a Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens camera with a 20.3-megapixel sensor capable of recording 4K video, while the Lumix DMC-FZ330 is a superzoom packing a 12.1-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor behind a 35mm-equivalent lens offering 25mm to 600mm focal lengths, the equivalent of a 24x optical zoom.

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Daily Deals: Amazon Prime Day, Walmart sales, Newegg event

07/15, 3:34pm

Today's multiple deals, all in one convenient place

Today is going to be replete with deals. Since Walmart and Amazon aren't so nice as to have mostly all-day sales. Instead of being witty and talking about what something is, and what it isn't, we're going to do a bulleted list, with stop times as best as we can find them. Every so often, we'll check what's still available, pop in new deals, and bump this to to the top and label a time for an update so you've got an idea about relative freshness. And we're done here! This final frequent update is at 3:30 PM EDT, but we may still add as the day goes on, just with less fanfare.

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Hands On: BlackCam 1.26 (iOS)

07/15, 11:32am

Feature-packed filter app gives your photographs visual interest

There's something about black and white photography that we really dig. It's timeless. It's dramatic. It makes even simple pictures look so much more striking. If you're looking to elevate your pictures to the next level, we've got an app for you to take a look at: BlackCam.

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Pixelmator for iOS updated to 2.0.2 with repair tool upgrade, more

07/14, 10:51am

New update moves OS X repair algorithm to iOS

The Pixelmator Team today released an update to Pixelmator for iOS version 2.0.2 adds Dynamic Touch to all Retouch tools, redefines the performance of its desktop-class Repair tool, enhances the Photo Editing extension, and other fixes and features. With the update, the company has also introduced a free user guide and five new Pixelmator-for-iPhone video tutorials.

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Hands On: Namagic 1.1 (OS X)

07/09, 4:00pm

Increasingly handy tool for renaming lots of files

This was not going to be a very praising review, and it was not going to be a recommendation -- but it it is becoming so. Namagic's first versions were not usable -- they simply did not work -- but Namagic 1.1 has fixed all the problems we found. It still has limitations and elements we're not keen on, but for us the question now is whether you need this type of application or not.

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Hands On: Polarr 1.0 (iOS)

07/09, 9:25am

App utilizes tilt-to-control mechanics to edit photos on the go

Sometimes less is more. This is often the case for people who are attempting to be more serious with their iPhone photography, so many of the apps we look at base their filter-set around wanting to create faux-vintage images -- which is fine for many, but not all, amateur photographers. Today we're taking a look at the more practical Polarr, an app that is designed to give you a professional-quality editing experience on the go.

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Briefly: Virgin America upgrades Wi-Fi, Russia wants safer selfies

07/08, 8:50am

Virgin America boosts in-flight Wi-Fi with ViaSat Ka-band satellite connection

Virgin America is upgrading its in-flight Wi-Fi service, claiming it will be powerful enough to stream video. Partnering with ViaSat to use its high-capacity 140-gigabit Ka-band satellite connection, it is said that Virgin America's in-flight Wi-Fi will be between eight and ten times faster than similar services on other aircraft, and close to connections available at home. Ten A320 planes will be the first to get the connection in September, with passengers on routes to Hawaii likely to benefit from the connections first.

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Polaroid upgrades Cube camera with Wi-Fi remote access

07/06, 11:58am

Polaroid Cube+ preorders commence with free waterproof casing offer

Polaroid is opening up a second generation of its compact Cube action camera up for preorder. The Polaroid Cube+ is another small video camera, measuring the same 35mm in each direction as the original, but this time the Plus adds in wireless connectivity to a smartphone or tablet using the companion app and Wi-Fi, providing viewfinder, remote controls, and faster sharing of captured video and images, at a range of up to 30 feet.

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GoPro rolls out Hero4 Session rugged sports camera

07/06, 11:29am

New evolution of Hero4 series compatible with older mounts, shoots 1440p

GoPro today announced its latest action camera, the Hero4 Session. The camera, isĀ 50 percent smaller and 40 percent lighter than GoPro's Hero4 Black and Silver camera and benefits from a new durable waterproof design that eliminates the need for a discrete housing.

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Hands On: Scanner Pro 6 (iOS)

07/03, 7:30am

Excellent scanning app adds almost brilliant feature

There is no iPhone scanning app that will get you the same results you have from a desktop scanner like a Fujitsu ScanSnap or a portable document one like a Doxie. However, even portable ones need carrying around, and desktop ones need a desktop, whereas your iPhone is with you all the time and everywhere. What Scanner Pro 6 does is let you photograph a document, and calls that a scan. There are alternatives, and there have been five previous versions of this one, but developer Readdle adds improvements and one potentially brilliant new feature.

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Briefly: YouTube 60fps mode on mobile, White House lifts camera ban

07/02, 6:29am

Google adds 60fps viewing mode to iOS, Android apps

Google has updated both its iOS and Android apps to allow for playback of 60fps content, reports The Next Web. Originally introduced in October for videos viewed in the browser at 1080p and 720p resolutions, and also implemented for live streams, the 60fps clips can be viewed on a smartphone or tablet, with the majority of the higher frame rate content consisting of gameplay videos.

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Ricoh unveils small-format 11x17 black and white LED printer

07/01, 1:23pm

New printer brings A3-sized printing to a desktop-size printer

Ricoh today introduced a new compact black-and-white LED printer that brings paper handling up to 11x17 inches to small businesses and enterprise. The new Ricoh SP 6430DN printer produces up to 38 pages per minute using Ricoh's new LED imaging technology, which delivers 1200x1200 dpi resolution.

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Daily Deals: 1TB SSD, $300 50-inch HDTV, IP surveillance camera

06/29, 2:46pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for June 29, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. Today, we've wiped the slate clean of older deals, with the new collection including a $300 50-inch HDTV, a 1TB SSD for under $400, and a 720p IP surveillance camera for $60.

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MacNN's Week That Was: June 21 through June 28

06/28, 11:47am

Firing up a new column, celebrating the week in tech news

We hope your Sunday is going well so far. Today launches our new column about the stories that entertained us, informed us, or just plain tickled us. We're not just highlighting our own writing -- anything that we've discussed behind the scenes here at MacNN is fair game. Read on for thoughts on the events of the week in the tech world including more bad news for MacKeeper, a shotgun assault on a drone, and a major upgrade to a 2009 Mac Pro.

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Meyer Optik resurrecting Trioplan f2.8/100 bokeh lens on Kickstarter

06/26, 7:15pm

Old-school lens first manufactured in 1916, updated for digital

Lens Manufacturer Meyer Optik USA has launched a Kickstarter campaign to remanufacture the Trioplan f2.8/100 lens, known for its 'soap bubble' bokeh and sharp focus. The new lens preserves the character of the original including the conservation of the Trioplan's sharpness and its circular "soap bubble" bokeh.

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Hands On: Tonality and Tonality Pro (OS X)

06/26, 5:02pm

Make customized B&W images that do more than remove color

Most people who don't work with the medium of black and white (B&W) photography regularly often assume that a B&W photo is simply one in which the color elements have been removed. Nothing could be further from the truth. In addition to being able to change to emphasis and tone of a B&W photo by using color filters, there are as many "looks," styles, film stocks, and manipulations one can make to change the feel of an image in B&W as there are in color. MacPhun's Tonality app is a program that truly "gets" this.

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Last Call: Big Deal photography bargain bundle ends Thursday

06/24, 8:44am

Photography resources, software at deeply-discounted price for charity

Last week, Foto Promos announced its largest-ever bundle of resources, software, training, printing, memberships and other pro-photographer education in a special offer available through MacNN and Electronista called The Big Deal that includes over $4,200 worth of downloadable products for just $99. The bundle, which runs through Thursday, has raised over $45,000 for charity, and features contributions from Lindsay Adler, Jared Platt, Dave Cross, KelbyOne, Lee Varis, Gavin Gough, Tony Sweet, Rick Sammon, Phlearn, Photoshop Cafe, Mylio, Eyefi, Viewbug, AthenTech, and B&H Photo and Video, among others.

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Daily Deals: Asus Notebook, WD external drive, Sony Handycam

06/23, 5:13pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for June 23, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for sales, discounts, offers, and bundles on hardware, software, and gadgets for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. In the post are all the still active deals from yesterday, including three great ones, with sales on an Asus notebook, WD Elements external drives, and a Sony Handycam with a built-in projector

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Primera Trio portable printer, scanner launched

06/23, 11:25am

Print speeds approach 3.1PPM, scans at 1.1PPM

Specialty printer manufacturer Primera Technology today announced the availability of the Primera Trio, what the company calls "the world's smallest and lightest portable all-in-one printer." Primera Trio prints, copies and scans in full color or black monochrome from a unit that weighs 2.6 pounds, is about the size of a hardcover book, and fits easily into computer bags, backpacks and briefcases.

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Reminder: Big Deal photography bundle ends Thursday

06/20, 11:56pm

Over $4,200 in downloadable plug-ins, tutorials, and more for $99

Earlier this week, Foto Promos announced its largest-ever bundle of resources, software, training, printing, memberships and other pro-photographer education in a special offer available through MacNN and Electronista called The Big Deal that includes over $4,200 worth of downloadable products for just $99. The bundle, which runs through Thursday, has raised over $31,000 for charity, and features contributions from Lindsay Adler, Jared Platt, Dave Cross, KelbyOne, Lee Varis, Gavin Gough, Tony Sweet, Rick Sammon, Phlearn, Photoshop Cafe, Mylio, Eyefi, Viewbug, AthenTech, and B&H Photo and Video, among others.

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Microsoft advises HoloLens will keep limited AR field of view

06/19, 10:57am

Augmented reality HoloLens hardware may change, but likely to offer same display range

Microsoft's HoloLens is unlikely to have a wider field of view for its augmented reality display when it eventually reaches consumers, an executive has confirmed. The smaller section of the helmet where the AR content is visible, leaving a large peripheral area where there isn't any overlay, will most likely remain the same in terms of size and position, despite receiving complaints and comments from people who have tried out the device in tests and at major events.

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AMD unveils Radeon R9 Fury, R9 300, R7 300-series graphics cards

06/18, 3:30pm

Radeon R9 Fury X uses Fiji GPU, measures 7.5 inches long

AMD's highest-specification graphics cards have been replaced by a new frontrunner, with the chip producer also revealing a collection of more moderate graphics cards. The new R9 Fury series is headed up by the Fury X, a card that is claimed to not only have the highest GPU memory bandwidth ever, but also manages to scale the card's length down to an extremely small 7.5 inches.

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DxO One camera connects through Lightning, offers 20.2MP image capture

06/18, 11:31am

New device has 32mm equivalent aspherical lens, one-inch CMOS

Imaging company DxO today introduced the DxO One, a camera that delivers DSLR image quality and attaches to the iPhone by way of the Lightning port. The DxO One features a f/1.8, 32mm-equivalent aspherical lens, with a variable six-blade iris and a one-inch 20.2MP CMOS BSI sensor, capable of capturing high-resolution images even in very low light.

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Canon PowerShot G3 X has 20.2MP sensor, 25x optical zoom

06/18, 10:55am

PowerShot G3 X borrows menus from Canon EOS DSLRs

Canon has unveiled a new PowerShot compact camera with a large zoom and resolution. The PowerShot G3 X packs a one-inch, 20.2-megapixel CMOS sensor with a DIGIC 6 image processor into a dust and water-resistant case, while on the front is an f/2.8-5.6, 25x optical power zoom lens, the equivalent of 24-600mm lens, which also benefits from an improved five-axis Intelligent Image Stabilization system for clearer images.

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Ricoh adds Wi-Fi, NFC to new GR II digital camera

06/18, 10:53am

New update also includes new sensor, software advances

Ricoh has updated its GR line of digital cameras with the GR II. The new revision brings Wi-Fi and Near-Field Communications (NFC) to the line. Also updated is a new 16-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, with no optical low-pass filter and an advanced auto-focus system, with lock times as quick as 0.2 seconds.

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Nest launches Cam, upgraded Protect, new Thermostat software

06/18, 9:47am

Nest Cam updates Dropcam hardware to 1080p resolution

Nest has made changes across the entirety of its product line, with updates to its existing products and the launch of a new item. The new version of Nest Protect and the Nest Learning Thermostat software update are joined by the Nest Cam, a network-connected camera stemming from its acquisition of Dropcam last year, and a new program that could help homeowners acquire a Nest Protect at a lower cost or potentially for free.

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Macphun updates Tonality, Tonality Pro B&W photo editor

06/18, 9:00am

New version offers Luminosity Mask, Force Touch, Photos support

On Thursday, photo software developer Macphun updated its black-and-white photo editing software, Tonality, to version 1.2. The new version offers support for Apple's Photos image-management program, as well as adding a Luminosity Mask and enhancing overall performance. The Pro version, which can act as either a standalone app or functions as a plug-in for Photoshop and Lightroom, has new RAW features as well.

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Hands On: BitTorrent Shoot 1.0.35 (cross-platform)

06/18, 7:49am

Safely send your files P2P from all major smartphone OS's

There's a lot of fuss over security these days, and with giant data centers being erected for the sole purpose of backlogging data, we can see why. Every time you share your pictures, videos, and personal information, there's a chance they could end up stored somewhere you didn't intend them to be. That's why BitTorrent released BitTorrent Shoot, a safer, faster way to send images to mobile devices.

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Daily Deals: Dell monitor, sen.se Mother, Slingbox 350

06/17, 3:21pm

MacNN and Electronista deals for June 17, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we search the Internet for offers, sales, discounts, and bundles on hardware, software, and gadgets for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. Yesterday's still-active deals follow the new batch, including a 24.1-inch monitor from Dell, the sen.se Mother sensor kit, and a refurbished Slingbox 350 for $60.

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The Big Deal: pro photography bundle saves money, benefits charities

06/17, 3:00pm

Software, training, discounts, plug-ins, e-books, more offered for photographers

Foto Promos is currently running its largest-ever bundle of resources, software, training, printing, memberships and other pro-photographer education in a special offer available through MacNN and Electronista called The Big Deal that includes over $4,000 worth of downloadable products for just $99. Contributors to the bundle include Lindsay Adler, Jared Platt, Dave Cross, KelbyOne, Lee Varis, Gavin Gough, Tony Sweet, Rick Sammon, Phlearn, Photoshop Cafe, Mylio, Eyefi, Viewbug, AthenTech, and B&H Photo and Video among others.

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Cloud storage camera iLuv mySight includes movement, audio triggers

06/17, 11:31am

Wi-Fi camera from iLuv can automatically record video clips when sound or movement is detected

The first Wi-Fi camera from iLuv is said to be an easy to set up imaging device that can be used to increase security at a home or office. The mySight takes the form of a large circular camera on top of a thin-necked stand, and is capable of recording 720p video and uploading it to a cloud storage service for later retrieval or streaming by smartphones and tablets using the accompanying mobile app.

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Hands On: PictYear 1.2 (iOS)

06/17, 10:46am

Create and order high quality photo books easily with PictYear

What if you had the ability to create beautiful photo albums right from your iPhone with your friends and family, that you could then have sent to your house in physical form? What if you had hard copy pictures of every family vacation? What you need is an app that seeks to bring people and memories together. On the surface, you might not be able to tell what PictYear does. It seems like a camera app, which it is, but it's a bit more than that.

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