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Your iPhone tags photos with all sorts of information: your location, the time and date the photo was taken, even exposure information. This tagging function can be turned on or off under Privacy > Location Services in your iPhone settings. Surprisingly, you can't see the tag information on the i...

August 21st 2014 at 7:00pm 0 Comments
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If you spent your weekend scanning Picasa for photos shot on a Motorola Droid RAZR HD smartphone, then ordinarily you'd have wasted your time. No phone by that name officially exists, and the PenTile Super AMOLED displays on both the standard Droid RAZR and the RAZR Maxx are distinctly not hig...

April 16th 2012 at 6:45am 0 Comments
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After augmenting Windows 8 with some mobile-friendly features, it looks like file management is next to go under the knife. Not the sexiest part of an OS, granted, but one you'll use almost every day -- a fact not lost on Redmond. Based on newsgroup feedback, Windows 8 will sport a stack of tweaks...

January 31st 2012 at 12:02pm 0 Comments
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We've been hearing rumors of a Nokia E6-00 for a few months now, and while details are still scarce, some evidence surfaced recently in the form of a Picasa gallery shock full of pictures taken with the phone. While the gallery was quickly pulled, it was available long enough to reveal some interes...

January 5th 2011 at 4:29am 0 Comments
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I've liked Pro HDR since it was first released. The HDR technique blends two or more exposures to capture better dynamic range in difficult lighting conditions. Apple provided some competition by building in HDR with the release of the iPhone 4 and iOS 4.1, but I still like the control that Pro HDR...

October 3rd 2010 at 2:15pm 0 Comments
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While the kids at MySpace are hiding out in their top secret lab, hard at work on that portable media player, and the Facebook gang is busy looking for ways to make easy money off your personal data, the oft-maligned OK Cupid organization has one goal and one goal only -- to help bitter singles fin...

August 10th 2010 at 2:29pm 0 Comments
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We've previously covered quite a few different applications to geocode your photos. Geocoding or geotagging is the process of adding location information (latitude and longitude) to the EXIF metadata of your photos, so you can see where they were taken. RapidoMap is one of the newest of these tools...

August 26th 2007 at 12:10am 0 Comments
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We have posted about several differing geocoding solutions for the Mac. All of these programs allow you to embed location information in the EXIF data of your photographs, thus specifying where the photo was taken as well as the time, date, etc. The newest entry into the Mac geocoding sweepstakes is...

March 31st 2007 at 8:00pm 0 Comments