When it comes to image editing, nothing is as powerful as Photoshop. But why pay for what you don’t need?
Whether you’re a new iPhone owner or a seasoned user, there’s always something new to learn about your beloved smartphone. Here we compile a collection of assorted tips to getting more out of your iPhone.
Can a tiny pattern of dots really keep your printer from printing a picture of a Canadian bill?
Take product shots like a pro with these simple techniques and affordable gear. Enter to win a set of Digital Holga Lenses.
Second monitors help increase your productivity and make for a better computing experience, here’s the low-down on going multiple monitor on either OS.
In this informal video I show five (actually, six) things you didn’t know about the BlackBerry PlayBook, RIM’s 7-inch touchscreen tablet. Specifically, I show some multitasking tricks, how to take a photo of what you’re doing, pulling up the keyboard and powering down the unit quickly, and more.
The Splashtop app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad has taken the top spot among paid software at the iTunes App Store — in 48 countries — as it’s the first that lets you remotely access your PC’s files and media (video, music, games, and more) anywhere in the world.
iPad owners may have heard about Air Display, an app that turns your tablet’s nearly 10-inch screen into a second computer monitor. A new update adds even more functionality.
Now that the weather is improving across the country, more of us will grab a point-and-shoot or digital Single Lens Reflex (dSLR) camera and tackle the Great Outdoors. Whether you’re shooting portraits or landscapes, or something in between, there’s something magical — and timeless — about black & white. Here, Kodak Canada gives us some B&W photo-taking tips.