While searching for transmissions from spy satellites in orbit, amateur radio astronomer Scott Tilley discovered signals from a NASA satellite called IMAGE that was thought to have been lost more than a decade ago.
JPEG vs. PNG: Which one is better for your needs? While there’s a lot of math going on behind the scenes, it boils down to a few main points. We explain the differences between the two formats and break down the best uses.
A recently released photo from Kodak teases what appears to be a dedicated shutter release button bearing the Kodak logo on the side of a smartphone device. This wouldn't be Kodak's first foray into smartphones.
Google's new feature, known as "Shop the Look," allows users to do more than covet a look sported by a fashion blogger -- it lets them shop the exact product simply by tapping through on an image and exploring the relevant products shown."
Researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have created a 2D inject printing technique that displays one image when the material is held straight and another image when the material is rotated.
A team of astronomers has captured a remarkable view of the Andromeda galaxy using an ultra-high-resolution camera attached to its Subaru super telescope in Hawaii. The feat will pave the way for an ambitious 'cosmic census' project.
The folks over at 360Cities have just unveiled their most recent work – an enormously detailed panorama shot of London comprising over 48,000 individual photos stitched together to form a record-breaking 320-gigapixel image.
Thanks to a 15.9-gigapixel photo of Machu Picchu that's just hit the Web, you can now visit the historic site without actually having to go there – something that would make conservationists very happy indeed.