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Google+ adds pan and zoom feature for photos, as Facebook announces mystery press event for next week
As Facebook announced a mystery press conference for next Tuesday, Google coincidentally rolled out a new feature for Google+, that enables panning and zooming for high resolution images.
The first Ubuntu powered smartphone will be available to buy in 12 months but in the fast-paced world of mobile computing, one year might as well be a decade.
Charlie Waite is one of Britain’s most successful and well known landscape photographers. We catch up with Charlie as he enjoys a quiet few moments at the National Gallery in London to talk photography and learn something about Charlie that no one knew before.
James Vincent looks at five tech battlegrounds to watch this coming year.
Where are the young naturalists these days? Their scarcity has become increasingly apparent in recent years, and so worrying that the National Trust published a paper focused entirely on the issue, and was discussed in grave concern by both Sir David Attenborough and Chris Packham.
Depression – I never believed in this word, especially not postnatal depression, how could anyone be depressed when they have a wonderful new baby, I thought?
Just in case most of the human race is wiped out on December 21, here are the products worth stocking up on before then.
According to the Mayan calendar the world is going to end on Friday. Fortunately, Chinese inventor Mr Liu Qiyuan has designed apocalypse ‘pods’ to save humanity from disaster.
Today Google is launching its Google Play Magazines service here in the UK. Android users can take advantage of the service via a dedicated app, available now on the Google Play Store.
Two recent releases of the latest and greatest compact cameras have introduced some interesting new technology. In addition to the usual advances in auto focus speed, number of megapixels and ISO performance, we have some new and groundbreaking features to consider.
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