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CES gadgets, 4K TV, and can Polaroid reinvent itself in the digital era?

Jan 10, 2013
One company you wouldn't necessarily expect to be at a giant conference about the technology of the future: Polaroid. But the company has been around for 75 years, says CEO Scott Hardy, and it plans to be just as relevant now as it was when it was making goggles for World War II fighter pilots.
Posted In: polaroid, tv, Consumer Electronics Show, photos
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Backlash against Instagram over photo policy

Dec 19, 2012
The mobile phone app Instagram rose to fame on its filters. There's the 1970s filter, Nashville and Sierra, which give photos an artistic sheen. Now it might be time to add another one: Rage.
Posted In: instagram, Facebook, photos
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Picture This: The Middle Class

May 31, 2012
What's a picture perfect way to define the middle class? Your photos of course! Explore how others picture the middle class and upload your own snapshot to our Middle Class Photo Project.
Posted In: middle class, photos
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Shutterfly to report earnings

Apr 30, 2012
We'll find out today how healthy the digital printer is -- so many people keep their photos in the cloud that digital printing companies like Shutterfly may be on the way out.
Posted In: photos, photography, Shutterfly
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Your neighborhood through your eyes

Mar 1, 2012
We asked you to send in photographs of where you live. Take a look, and contribute yours.
Posted In: community, photos, neighborhoods
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Facebook gets filtered

Aug 25, 2011
Apparently one of Facebook's summer plans was to acquire the uber-popular photo sharing site, Instagram. What's appealing to people about Instagram...
Posted In: Facebook, instagram, photos
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Listen closely and you can hear the sobs of third party Twitter photo companies

Aug 10, 2011
That's because Twitter just launched its own photo service, allowing you to insert pictures in your tweets. The photos will appear as links...
Posted In: photography, photos, Twitter

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