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With a few clicks of the mouse, bad photos can become great ones, according to Microsoft researchers. At Techfest 2008 in Redmond, Wash., CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi demoed two new photo programs that can turn any amateur picture-taker into a professional photographer.
CNET News.com's Daniel Terdiman's latest stop on his "Road Trip 2006" was at the University of Washington's Human Interface Technology Laboratory (HITLab), where he got to see something truly magical: a Magic Book. Used with a virtual-reality headset, this picture book comes to life as it enables the reader to enter the physical environments of the story's characters.
Wish you could prevent yourself from accidentally removing apps from your Mac's dock? With Dock Unlocker, you won't have to worry. Veronica Belmont shows you how to lock your dock with one click on today's Tekzilla Daily.
Don't let bad sound ruin a great film. These tips give you pro production values.
A dirty lens can ruin memories of a great vacation. Keep your lens, LCD screen, and viewfinder clean with this How To.
The camera phone is a great way to capture a spontaneous or otherwise unexpected moment.
It sports a great LCD and a good burst mode but is otherwise a fairly ordinary camera.
Google+ is putting its focus on photos, taking cues from Pinterest and Instagram. CNET's Dan Farber and Seth Rosenblatt have the Inside Scoop on the different ways Google+ will now sort, surface, and even GIF your pictures.