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New HTC One Flagship Smartphone with Bokeh Camera and Open Camera API and microSD slot (up to 128GB), March 25, 2014
Apple and Samsung may have been moving smartphones by the millions, but it was HTC One (M7) that won most of the critical acclaim in 2013. Today HTC announced their new flagship, the HTC One (M8). From a photography perspective,... Continue

HTC bucks trend, continues with Ultrapixels as it teases new HTC One flagship, March 10, 2014
Whle most Android smartphone manufacturers are obsessed with increasing the megapixel count, HTC is bucking the trend with its Ultrapixels technology and judging by the new official HTC teaser for the upcoming highly-anticipated new HTC One flagship phone, HTC will... Continue

Free Adobe Photoshop Express adds In-App Purchases (Filters and NR), March 6, 2014
Adobe is slowly building up its mobile imaging app arsenal as it is faced with hundreds (if not thousands) of mobile imaging apps already in the marketplace. Yesterday they launched Revel on Android (Google Play) and today they have added... Continue

Android imaging apps: Adobe Revel arrives at Google Play (free to use; must sign-up/sign-in), March 5, 2014
The Adobe Revel mobile photography app is no longer an iTunes exclusive. The app is now available to download for free at the Google Play. It is free to use, however, you must sign-up or sign-in with an existing Adobe,... Continue

Smartphone Photographers: new 128GB Sandisk microSDXC card revealed, February 24, 2014
If you are a smartphone photographer and want to take even more pictures without having to change memory cards midstream or do some cloud-syncing that uses up your monthly data allotment, Sandisk has announced at the 2014 Mobile World Congress... Continue

(ENDED) Mobile World Congress Live Announcements In Next Few Hours: Sony, Nokia, Samsung, etc [updated], February 23, 2014
The announcements happened at the 2014 Mobile World Congress on Monday 2/24/14 revealing new flagship smartphones from Samsung and Sony among other things... The original alert for the announcements is after the jump for historical reference only (the events already... Continue

Optical Image Stabilization continues to make inroads in smartphones - to be included in new LG G Pro 2 flagship, February 4, 2014
While smartphones were quick to start climbing the megapixels ladder, optical image stabilization was a different kind of challenge. However, it is slowly but steadily now picking up momentum. Last year LG was the first Korean manufacturer to offer optical... Continue

What's Inside? Sony artistically shows what's inside the QX100 sensor-lens smartphone module, January 16, 2014
Sony is trying to turn teardowns in some kind of gadget art form, they have a 2-minute video showing the different pieces of the Sony QX100 sensor-lens smartphone module "grow" in parallel and then come together. Right now, you can... Continue

Crowdfunding Lenses: Moment promises two quality add-on prime lenses (0.63x and 2x) for iPhones and Galaxy smartphones, January 15, 2014
One of the big benefits of the internets is the democratization of creativity. And Kickstarter and similar crowd-funding services can sometimes help make ideas come to life. One such case is a new Kickstarter project, Moment, that is making add-on... Continue

Beta for CyanogenMod: new GalleryNext app available in Google Play (Beta), January 14, 2014
If you are a boldly going Android mobile photographer and love to try out new apps before they are fully cooked, CyanogenMod has a beta version of their new GalleryNext photography app available for download through Google Play. Because this... Continue

Potentially interesting $200 ASUS cameraphone with 13mp f2 lens, actual pen input, 6-inch screen, January 6, 2014
If you want to explore mobile photography but don't want to be hog-tied to a two-year contract or pay the big bucks upfront for one of those flagship superphones, this may be potentially interesting. ASUS just finished their CES 2014... Continue

Imaging Processing on Tablets/Mobile could benefit greatly from new 192-CUDA-core NVidia Tegra K1, January 5, 2014
The most recent NVidia Tegra processor is the quad-core Tegra 4. Right now, at the live NVidia press event, they announced the new Tegra K1 with 192-cuda-cores. The NVidia presentation promises dramatic performance improvement, approaching laptop quality graphics, bringing the... Continue

New at CES 2014: Liquid Image wearable camera with 4G LTE; new DJI octocopter for Canon 5D II/III, January 5, 2014
The CES 2014 party has began! Check your favorite technology and gadget websites for a stream of updates from the trade show floor. Even though it is Sunday night right now in Las Vegas! Photography is part of the drone... Continue

Qualcomm touts photography features of new Snapdragon 805 flagship processor, January 5, 2014
Lytro is perhaps the first company that comes to mind when people think of retro-focus and lightfield photography, perhaps partially because of the "laying of the hands" by Steve Jobs but they are certainly not the only ones involved in... Continue

Apple buys Snappycam (high speed photography camera app developed by Ph.D developer), January 5, 2014
Are camera apps going to become a hotbed of acquihire and/or acquisition? Apple is fanning the flames today as they have confirmed that they purchased the Snappycam app by buying the one-man-company developing the app, SnappyLabs. Since the acquisition, the... Continue


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