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Four Steps to Protect Your Photos

It may be hard to believe, but it’s true: your digital photos captured with the latest and greatest technology may not last as long as the old film photos you snapped a generation ago. The reason is simple – in the old days, the only way you’d lose your photos is if some massive catastrophe […]

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New Camera Decides When to Shoot

We don’t typically cover digital cameras here but seeing as this particular camera can actually create a story as it shoots, we thought we’d make an exception. We’re referring to a groundbreaking new camera that decides itself when to take a shot. Developed by British motion capture company OMG Plc, the Autographer  uses five built-in […]

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GivIt – "Selective" Video Sharing

Okay, there’s been quite a few video sharing apps the last year or so such as Socialcam, Klip and Vlix but a new one we’ve stumbled on called GivIt adds a different wrinkle that makes it worth a look. GivIt, available on the web and now also on the iPhone, is designed so you can […]

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Digital Memories Offers Scanning to MiMedia's Cloud

Digital Memories Offers Scanning to MiMedia's Cloud

Digital Memories and the cloud storage service MiMedia announced a partnership that will enable Digital Memories customers the chance to have their film and album scans uploaded to MiMedia’s cloud service. MiMedia offers 7GB worth of free storage. If your scans from Digital Memories exceeds 7GB, you’ll enjoy three months of free MiMedia storage before […]

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What to Do With Old Camcorder Videos

Before the Flip and YouTube made video recording a national pastime, parents would have to lug out the shoulder-fired canon of a camcorder to capture precious moving memories. That meant tapes – and lots of them – stored in closets, attics and basements.  Unlike our shoeboxes full of photos, a box full of camcorder tape […]

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How Much Data Are People Collecting?

A lot, if a new study from IDC is to be believed. Every two years, the amount of data generated in the world doubles. In 2011, 1.8 zettabytes (or 1.8 trillion gigabytes) will be created and duplicated. Among these trillions of gigabytes are people’s photos and videos, which pile up quickly day after day, year […]

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ScanCafe Brings Home Movies Into Digital Era

People of a certain vintage are likely sitting on a fair number of video tapes – VHS (and its smaller cousinVHS-C), Betamax, Hi 8, Digital 8 and MiniDV. Over time, these tapes are not only harder to view (since we no longer have the camcorders or VCRs required to play them) but they’ll also start […]

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YesVideo Adds HD Video Transfers to Blu-ray

The video transfer service YesVideo said late last week that it would add high definition video transfers to Blu-ray disc as part of their service offering. Consumers can hand over their HD videos saved on an SD memory card to one of YesVideo’s participating retail locations (you can find a local YesVideo retailer here). The […]

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Flipshare Lives (Until December 2013)

Flipshare Lives (Until December 2013)

Three weeks ago, Cisco announced it was killing off the popular Flip camcorder and with it, the online video-sharing and storage service FlipShare. Cisco has since provided a few more details as to the fate of the online sharing service – it will remain live until December 2013. Obviously if you’re a Flip camcorder owner […]

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The Flip Camcorder Is Dead – And So Is the FlipShare Service

Owners of the popular Flip camcorder woke up to some bad news today: Cisco is killing the Flip camcorder. Not only that, but they’re also going to “transition” FlipShare – an online service designed to store and share videos recorded with the Flip camcorder. Cisco was vague on the future of FlipShare, saying in a […]

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