At its MAX conference today, Adobe announced that it will abandon Creative Suite boxed software development in favor of its Creative Cloud online apps and subscription-based model. Don't worry, all your favorite apps like Photoshop will still be there.
Google Glass has officially gone mainstream. In a recent Saturday Night Live skit, a fictional tech correspondent demonstrates what it's like to take a seemingly cool tech concept and use it in real life.
The founders of Snapchat appeared on The Colbert Report to talk about sexting, screenshotting, and whether their app will ever turn a profit.
JVC’s GZ-VX815 demonstrates that you can build a slim, compact camcorder without sacrificing performance and features like Wi-Fi and low-light shooting.
Could pro-level photo editing from Adobe be coming soon to a tablet near you? Adobe gives a glimpse of a Lightroom-like prototype running on an iPad during an episode of The Grid, and talks about challenges remaining.
As Samsung's new midrange mirrorless camera, the NX2000 shares the same image processor as the NX300, allowing for fast autofocusing and 3D photo and image capture. Other features include a large 3.7-inch touchscreen and wireless connectivity.
Confirming the last 503CW has rolled off the assembly line, Hasselblad brings an end to one of the world's longest-running cameras in production. The 503CW has been in production for 17 years.
After purchasing Pelican Imaging, it seems that Nokia may be working toward introducing a Lytro-esque camera into its smartphones in the future. The technology would allow users to choose the focal point of images after taking the picture.
The U.K. has passed a bill that holds a rather damaging clause to photographers; orphaned photos can be licensed for commercial use. The vague law means that as long as a U.K. publisher tries to find the original owner of a photo, they can run it - even if…
What could possibly make a veteran Playboy editor retire from his dream job at one of America's most storied publications? For Jeff Cohen, it is the love of shooting behind the camera. We caught up with him at his new Chicago venture.
Instagram changed social media, it changed social photography. Now, it's about to change another industry: The stock images market. A new startup called InstaStock wants to give users the option to make money off their Instagrams as well as create a new…
Can selfies be considered art? That seems to be the idea behind the Inside Out Project's latest venture. In its New York City stop, the team has placed a photo booth truck to snap portraits and paste them onto the grounds of Times Square.
The Pentax K-30 is a basic DSLR, but it has a weather-resistance build and can be ordered in different colors. However, the so-so performance and poor video quality at its listed…
In collaboration with the Ecuadorian Civilian Space Agency, EarthCam will stream live video from space via an onboard camera mounted onto the Pegaso, Ecuador's first satellite.