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New software makes it easier to manipulate and share images.
A new, ultrathin camera can extract 3-D information from scenes and recognize objects.
Researchers have shown that ultrathin sheets of silicon can stretch in two dimensions–opening up the possibility of electronic eyeballs and smart surgical gloves.
A new Xerox prototype aims to let people use simple natural-language commands to tweak photos and documents, avoiding complex color-editing tools.
Web service Fotowoosh wants to be the Flickr of 3-D.
By modifying a common type of machine-learning technique, researchers have found a better way to identify pictures.
A new Microsoft application lets people search the Internet on their cell phones using a camera instead of a keypad.
Dedicated electronic frames are gaining in power and coming down in price.
A new design could put the power of a telephoto lens into thin cameras.