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M2 July 2018 - LATEST ISSUE!<p>June 29, 2018<p>Name: Sai Constantine Occupation: Director of The Institute of Digital Marketing New Zealand (IDMNZ) Age: 29 …

Concept Design

In pictures: Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016

The winning images from this year's Astronomy Photographer of the Year have been announced.<p>Our Sun<p>Chinese photographer Yu Jun's picture of Baily's beads won him both the Our Sun category and the overall award, Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016.<p>Baily's beads come from the specks of …

Microsoft teases what looks like a black Surface Book 2

Generally, you don’t see the first spy shots of a new device coming from the company itself, but Microsoft isn’t really following all that many of the rules with its Surface lineup of house-built Windows hardware. That’s why it makes a certain kind of sense that the first look at what could be a …

Microsoft

Microsoft made a powerful Outlook watchface for Android Wear

A watchface for both your email and calendar<p>Today, Microsoft announced a new Android Wear version of its mobile Outlook mail and calendar app. This isn't just a way to check emails or look at your schedule by tapping your wrist. Microsoft designed this version of Outlook to be a watchface, so it …

Photographer Steve Schapiro on the Magic of Shooting David Bowie

He first shot Bowie in 1974 and in his new book, Schapiro reveals never seen before snaps. Here he discusses capturing an icon and Bowie's ability to truly be himself frame after frame.<p><i>David out of character. One of my favorite photos of David. I particularly like his hands in this shot. Los</i> …

David Bowie

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Before & After: How One Popular Photographer Edits His Photos

Photographer Peter Stewart is an internationally published photographer who’s also popular on photo sharing sites, boasting tens of thousands of …

Photography

How Self Doubt Can Drive You Forward as a Photographer

It's true that doubt can be so bad it’ll make you want to stop creating or showing your work to the world. But if you flip it on its head, it can …

Self-confidence

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Windows 10 Mobile launches for existing handsets

Microsoft is finally rolling out its Windows 10 Mobile upgrade to existing handsets today. The software giant has been testing a variety of updates over the past few months, and a number of handsets will receive the update starting today. Microsoft is supporting the Lumia 430, Lumia 435, Lumia 532, …

Waves That Look Like Brushstrokes by Photographer Warren Keelan – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

New South Wales-based photographer Warren Keelan captures waves that move like strokes of paint, producing images that look more like paintings than …

Art

Sony World Photography Awards 2016: the final shortlist

More than 230,000 images were entered into the World Photography Organisation’s professional, open and youth categories, encompassing the delicate handling of private moments to the capturing of the year’s biggest news stories.<p>Themes covered include the Ukraine conflict, Europe’s refugee crisis, …

Photography

Microsoft rolls out massive Outlook.com overhaul out of preview

Microsoft today announced that its massive Outlook.com update first unveiled in May 2015 is now out of preview. There are a ton of new features in this release, and a big change on the back end: Outlook.com is now powered by Office 365.<p>Although Microsoft is removing the preview label today, the …

Stereographic New York: animated 3D images from the 1850s to the 1930s

The stereoscope was the virtual reality headset of the 19th century. The New York Public Library’s collection contains tens of thousands of stereographic images, offering a unique insight into a long forgotten New York<p>The stereoscope provided 19th-century viewers with the illusion of 3D depth, in …

Skype's new emoji were created by Paul McCartney

Some people want to fill the world with silly emoji<p>Exactly 52 years after The Beatles made their historical debut on <i>The Ed Sullivan Show</i>, Sir Paul McCartney is bringing his musical talents to the world of emoji.<p>Microsoft-owned Skype has enlisted the help of McCartney to create a new group of 10 …

Silent Dialogues

<i>This sensitive and intimate photoessay was selected as a series finalist in the LensCulture Portrait Awards 2016</i><i>. Discover more inspiring work from all the 39 winners, finalists and Jurors' picks.</i><p>Where is the border between one person and another? What really defines closeness?<p>Our families’ models …

Photo Essays

Skype for Android lets you schedule calls, open Office files

Skype is constantly getting new tools to make call-related tasks easier, and today the Android version received two more. First, there's now an option for scheduling calls in the mobile app. Select the contact you want to schedule a call with and select the appropriate item from the drop-down menu. …

Best mobile communications app gets better: Microsoft updates Outlook for iOS and Android

Microsoft continues to improve Outlook on mobile platforms. iOS users get new features while Android users finally get the improved iOS layout.<p>Thanks …

Apps

Skype Brings Group Video Calls To Mobile Devices

In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, Skype announced today the launch of free group video calling on Android, iPhone, iPad and Windows 10 mobile devices. The feature has been available for a couple of years on the desktop, for both Mac and PC, but had yet to make its way to mobile.<p>The …

Mobile Devices

Microsoft signed a deal that could bring its virtual assistant to 50 million phones

CyangoenMod, which is an operating system based on Android but not affiliated with Google, is used on over 50 million handsets, as of August 2015.<p>Microsoft's mobile operating system, named Windows 10 Mobile, has been struggling to gain traction, and the deal with Cyanogen — which didn't involve a …

Pictures of the day: 7 January 2016 - Telegraph

Best Windows Phone in 2018

• Best overall<br>• Runner-up<br>• Best business<br>• Best budget<br>Best overallLumia 950 XLSee at AmazonThe Lumia 950 XL (about $539) is one heck of a phone, all things …

Mobile Technology

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Microsoft is doing so many things well – so why is it still flailing at smartphones?

Microsoft is doing a lot of things right these days and not just in the realm of enterprise software and services that have traditionally been its …

The Most Astonishing Photos That Won Awards In 2015

It's been another year of awe-inspiring and goosebump-inducing photography. Take a look at the best of the best.<p><i>National Geographic Traveler</i> Photo Contest 2015<p>The travel arm of the National Geographic Society received more than 17,000 entries, with one image making it to the top spot: a spectacular …

Pictures of the day: 23 December 2015 - Telegraph

Is Microsoft Band 2 a step counter, running watch or smartwatch?

By T3 Online<p>A curvaceous vision in vulcanite rubber and Gorilla Glass, the Microsoft Band 2 is all the wearables you need in one high-tech …

In less than a year, Microsoft fixed its Windows disaster — but its greatest challenge is still ahead

Sure, Satya Nadella won some cautious optimism in his first year as CEO with bold moves like releasing Microsoft Office for iPad and Android, embracing Linux, and buying Mojang and its smash-hit game "Minecraft" for $2.5 billion.<p>But Microsoft is best known for its Windows operating system. And …

TIME Picks the Best Space Photos of 2015

This photo of Pluto was made during the New Horizons spacecraft's historic flyby of the dwarf planet in July 2015. New H<p>... VIEW MORE<p>NASA/Reuters

Dwarf Planet

Artist Removes Smartphones from Photos to Reveal our Obsession with Technology

The question of whether we are too obsessed with our technology is a topic that everyone seems to have an opinion on. Photographer Eric Pickersgill chimes in on the debate with <i>Removed</i>, a collection of photographs depicting how bizarre life would look if one simply removed all electronic devices …