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  • Twitter Photo Uploading Now Available For 100% Of Users

    Twitter Photo Uploading Now Available For 100% Of Users

    Twitter images, the Twitter photo hosting service we broke the news of in May, has now rolled out to all Twitter users, according to Twitter Public Relations representative Sean Garrett. Users who did not have the feature before will see a camera at the far left of their status update, beckoning that they upload an image. You can choose an image from your desktop under 3 MB and it will get… Read More

  • Face Recognition For Dogs, Cats And Birds? There's Software For That (Video)

    Earlier this year, Fujifilm released the Finepix Z700, a camera that’s able to detect the faces of cats and dogs. Now Panasonic System Networks has updated FaceU [JP], a technology that recognizes not only faces of cats and dogs but also birds. It may sound a bit ridiculous (it possibly is), but FaceU helps you to make a picture when your pet look towards the camera automatically. Read More

  • Fracture Glass Printing Makes Photos "Snazzy"

    I have a lot of photos. Most of them were taken for the restraining order hearing, but the rest are of my children, wife, and various permutations thereof. There are a number of these photos that I’d like to print out and save forever and there are a few I’d love to hang on my wall for posterity. That’s where Fracture comes in. Fracture is one of the most interesting and… Read More

  • Travel Photo Guides: an app to help you take great photos in our national parks

    I’m a pretty terrible photographer. My DSLR camera is definitely smarter than me, and the photos it takes on full-auto are almost always better than those I get when I fiddle around in manual mode. Still, I can’t help but feel envious when I look at professional photos and realize that I could take photos that good if only I had a little nudge in the right direction. If… Read More

  • Picture frame does motion-activated snow flurries

    This here is a photo frame that contains a proximity sensor. When you walk past the frame, it’ll activate a flurry of swirling snowflakes. So whichever 4×6 photo is housed inside the frame will take on the appearance of a wintery wonderland. All for just $25. Read More

  • Photos From 2009 Techcrunch Crunchup and August Capital Party

    Thanks again to all of you who came out to our Real Time Stream CrunchUp and August Capital Summer Party. We broke 600 attendees to the Real Time Stream CrunchUp, double our initial expectations, and we hosted lots more of you at the August Capital outing. We had an amazing group of CrunchUp speakers to talk about new trends, boundaries and your passions. And we fit in 22 new product… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: USB photo converter for $50

    If you’re thinking of scanning all your old photos using a traditional flatbed scanner, let me be the first to tell you what a royal pain in the ass it is. I’ve done it a few times in my life and I put it up near the top of the list of things I don’t want to do, right underneath “helping someone move”. Read More

  • Man photographs space shuttle from Earth

    See those two tiny specs in front of the Sun, there? The one on top is Space Shuttle Atlantis and right below it sits the Hubble Space Telescope. Read More

  • Photochaining: Spread the photo love

    Photochaining is the latest fad to sweep the nation – and other nations – and it’s really easy and fun. You buy a cheap memory card, put it in your camera, take some pictures with it, and then “name” the card and leave a note telling someone else to take a picture and leave it somewhere else. The results are then posted to Photochaining.com and world peace ensues. Read More

  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G3 has built-in Wi-Fi, 3 years of free AT&T hotspot access

    Sony’s DSC-G3 point-and-shoot digital camera not only has built-in Wi-Fi, but it also has its own Web browser. Guess that makes uploading your photos to the Internet a little easier. Read More

  • Photty = cool key holder + mini photo frame from Japan

    Japan-based Kairen [JP] is selling a key holder that doubles as a mini photo frame, which is 1.5 inches in size and features a 128×128 resolution. The so-called Photty [JP] is available in pink and white, comes with 16MB of memory and can be connected to PCs via USB. Kairen says the Photty can store about 143 pictures in JPEG, BMP and GIF format. Read More

  • Get your own DNA portrait for $169

    If you’ve been trying to find the ultimate in personalization, look no further – how does an 8×10 portrait of your DNA sound? For $169, you can send a swab of the inside of your mouth to dna11.com and 4-6 weeks later, you’ll get a visual image of your one-of-a-kind DNA sequence. You can customize the image in one of 25 colors, too, and it comes with a certificate of… Read More

  • Sony releasing 12-megapixel CMOS sensor in March

    Starting in March of next year, Sony will be pushing out cell phone CMOS sensors in excess of 12 megapixels. While my initial reaction would be to bring up the fact that more megapixels doesn’t necessarily equal better image quality, it looks like Sony will be using these "Exmor" sensors in not only cell phones, but "digital SLR cameras and high definition digital… Read More

  • Eye-Fi wireless SD card gets bumped up to 4GB

    Everyone’s favorite wireless memory card is now available with four gigabytes of storage. The Eye-Fi Anniversary Edition has just been announced to commemorate one year of wireless photo slinging from the Mountain View, California-based company. The card is selling with an MSRP of $129.99 but Costco members can get it for $99 on Costco.com – not too bad for a 4GB SDHC card with… Read More

  • 1080p HDTV photo viewer acts as HDMI switcher too

    Here’s an interesting little device out of Hong Kong. It’s basically a memory card reader that hooks up to your HDTV, allowing you to see your own pores in glorious 1080p. However, it’s also got a built-in HDMI switching function so you can place it in between, say, your Blu-ray player and your TV and still just only lose one HDMI input. The HD-0310, as it’s called… Read More

  • Send your cellphone photos and video to NYC's 911, 311

    New Yorkers now have something constructive to do with the cellphone’s photo and video cameras. As of yesterday, New York City’s 911 and 311 (that’s for dumb things like, there’s a lot of traffic on the BQE this morning, do something~!) phone numbers can accept photos and videos taken from cellphones. It used to be that being able to send in text message tips was… Read More

  • Photos of the Dell Mini 9's interior

    The Dell Mini 9 appears to not completely suck, which is good news for the netbook crowd, I suppose. But—and I’m sure you’ve all been wondering about this—what does it look like on the inside? How does Dell manage to fit so much into such a tiny space? As luck would have it, Dell actually has provided photos and illustrations of the Mini 9’s interior. Unless… Read More

  • Samsung M320 Photo Gallery

    A box o’ Samsung’s new M220 and M320 flip phones just showed up at MobileCrunch HQ. While it’ll be a few days before we’ve got full reviews prepped, we figured you guys may want to take a peek at’em in the mean time. The M320 gallery is after the jump, or check out the sans-camera M220 over here. Read More

  • Samsung M220 Photo Gallery

    Samsung yesterday announced two new basic flip phones, the M220 and the M320, and Mr. FedEx man just showed up with’em in tow. We’ll have full reviews up once we’ve played with’em a bit more, but we figured some folks out there might wanna take a glimpse at’em now. Shots of the M220 are right after the jump, and the M320 gallery is right over here.. Read More

  • Oosah: 1TB of music space in ‘the cloud’ for the iPhone

    Oosah, a photosharing site à la Flickr that plays nicely with the iPhone, has a neat little feature that lets you tap into “the cloud” for all your music needs. After signing up for the site, you then upload any time of media to its servers, here, music files. Then you connect to the site using your iPhone and can play back those music files, provided they’re not… Read More