Apple's MobileMe has been discontinued, but there are still a few stubborn users who have yet to migrate their data. Luckily, Apple is making it as easy as possible. For example, when you launch iPhoto, you'll get a prompt that lets you know that, since MobileMe is gone, the software will grab any photo galleries you had stored on the service and move them to your computer so that you don't lose them. Much better than losing those precious memories simply because you forgot about the deadline, or had Apple's reminder emails hitting your spam folder.
The HTC Incredible 4G has been kept under wraps leaving us to only guess what the phone might be like. Well, thanks to a quality leak we now have the specs and pictures of the phone.
Android Police reports that the phone has about a 4-inch high definition display (this is only a visual guess,) and is powered by a 1.2 GHz processor with 1GB of RAM, and (of course) will run on Verizon's LTE network. It'll run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the gate alongside Sense 4. The smartphone will also feature an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera and a VGA-front-facing camera, NFC, MHL, and Beats Audio support. The estimated price is in the neighborhood of $99-$149 with a two year contract.
Check out more photos after the jump and let us know what you think!
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Apple just released iPhoto 9.2, which brings Photo Stream support as its main new feature, but also include some other fixes and enhancements as well:
- Left and right swipe gestures can now be used to navigate between photos in Magnify (1-up) view
- Previously imported photos are now displayed in a separate section of the Import window
- Book/calendar themes and card categories can now be selected using a pop-up menu in the carousel view
- Resolves an issue that could cause some pages of books to print incorrectly
- Rebuilding a library now correctly preserves saved slideshows and books
- The update is recommended for all users of iPhoto '11.
So check it, Shoot It!, one of our absolute favorite apps in the entire iTunes App Store catalogue has finally gone free. As a refresher, shoot it! allows you to take a snapshot and have it sent as a physical postcard to anyone in North America, Europe, and some parts of Asia. It is all kinds of awesome, and we even used it in our Modern Warfare 2 Xbox 360 console giveaway. Fun times. We highly recommend grabbing it and putting it to good use!
Just as TVs get thinner all the time, so do digital frames. Samsung has a perfect example with their SPF-87H Photo Frame. The 8-inch display with 800x480 resolution is only .91-inches thick. It holds 1GB memory equal to about 3,000 photos, a 5001:1 contrast ratio and runs via USB cable. Available in red, blue or charcoal, the smart frame will be available for ~$129.00, depending on where you shop.
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The Obama administration has another technological first. All those photos you have been inundated from the “first 100 days” have been posted into the Official White House Photostream on Flickr. Pete Souza, the official White House photographer who shoots with a Canon 5D Mark II, has uploaded over 300 images on the site. We dig the fact that technology is so easily accepted by the utmost powers that be, but what we want to know is why are there only adults in this picture?
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MAGPIX promises simplicity with their new Pocket Photo Album. Available in titanium silver or pink thistle, it weighs only 2.2 oz, can fit in your palm, has a TFT LCD display and both an internal memory and SD card slot. It comes with PhotoManager software so that you can find, organize and transfer one or all images by USB. It can also capture information, such as presentations or directions to the local mall. The album carries an MSRP of $99.99.
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Google has two new programs in the works. Similar Images uses pictures for searching instead of text. As an example, click on the word “Paris” and you get Ms. Hilton, the Eiffel Tower and a photo of an old church. You then click to search further. Google News Timeline helps localize your search through a chronological history of articles, videos and images that have been arranged by a year, month, week or single date. Search through mags, newspapers, blogs or Wikipedia.
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The Dexim AV Dock Station lets you watch and listen to tunes through your home stereo and view photos and videos on your TV while your iPod (except shuffle) or iPhone recharges. At a size of 5 x 5.5 x 2-inches and a weight of 18 oz., its remote will operate up to 26 feet away and controls play/pause, volume and forward/back operation. Make sure your device has the latest software update to work properly. The station comes with a cable, adapter, and Apple dock inserts and is available for $69.95.
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Many areas in the UK, such as shopping centers and streets, have surveillance cameras. But Broughton residents had had enough and formed a human chain to keep out a car that was shooting for Google Street View. Paul Jacobs noticed the car and got ticked off enough to round up his neighbors to block the road. By the time the police showed up, the car had left the area. This is not the first time Street View has had complaints. Pictures of shelters for battered woman in the U.S. were previously removed.
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