Adobe takes Photoshop to new heights with ‘Unblur’ feature (video)

Adobe has demoed a new feature for Photoshop at the company’s MAX 2011 event called Unblur which could end the problem of blurred photos forever. The demo invited gasps of amazement from a crowd that witnessed a blurred photo, retouched and perfected in a matter of seconds. Advanced algorithms calculate the movements of the camera at the time the … Continue reading “Adobe takes Photoshop to new heights with ‘Unblur’ feature (video)”

Facebook Photos

The new photo system you see on Facebook today is the genius work of Pixable who have created this mechanism for the social network. Pixable’s plugin has sorted through 10 billion photos in just one month after its launch but even that doesn’t touch on the staggering statistics that Facebook Photos are generating. Pixable took … Continue reading “Facebook Photos”

Cancer-stricken Steve Jobs given 6 weeks ultimatum

After originally claimed by US-based tabloid National Enquirer, it has now been confirmed by many that Apple CEO Steve Jobs, currently on medical leave from his duties as Apple boss, is receiving treatment for cancer in the Stanford Cancer Center in Palo Alto, California, and apparently has been given a 6 weeks ultimatum by the … Continue reading “Cancer-stricken Steve Jobs given 6 weeks ultimatum”

Apple updates iPhoto to 9.1.1

Apple has updated its popular photo app, iPhoto to version 9.1.1. The update includes some enhanced photo emailing features, bug fixes, and overall stability improvements. This update adds new email options to iPhoto ’11. It also improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues. Specific fixes include: Adds a preference allowing photos … Continue reading “Apple updates iPhoto to 9.1.1”

Facebook makes tagging photos much easier

Now facebook has launched a new feature in which tagging photos is much easier. After you upload your photos the system in facebook automatically detects the faces that are same and groups them together so within one windows you can tag them all.Also instead of writting their names in different photos again and again you … Continue reading “Facebook makes tagging photos much easier”

If you’re a movie buff then this ought to be your best chance to win a ‘free’ Apple iPad

Yes, you read that right! If you don’t have an iPad yet and you want one, and you live in New York City, you could get your wish, thanks to Beneath The Earth Films’ scavenger hunt. The contest pits movie junkies in New York City against one another. Each team gets seven clues to help identify … Continue reading “If you’re a movie buff then this ought to be your best chance to win a ‘free’ Apple iPad”

The new look Google search page

Google search just keeps on getting better and better. From Google to iGoogle and to the more recent advanced search results for human names, Google has come a long way in making a user’s search experience more relevant, useful and fun through personalization. And yesterday, their new feature added more bling (pun unintended) to your … Continue reading “The new look Google search page”

Mio Unveils the Moov V780

GPS devices seem to be the new hot property these days with plenty of demand for it matched by an equal supply from a host of competitors. Among many, the Mio Moov V780 is the new entrant in this field. And while it is up to them how they survive the competition, for us consumers … Continue reading “Mio Unveils the Moov V780”