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Google Camera Go App: Better Mobile Imaging

Mountain View, CA—There are more than 3.5 billion people who use smartphones, but that’s only 45% of the world’s population, according to Google. Consequently,...

Strategy Session: Do Customers Trust Your Brand?

A very interesting study recently came across my e-mail. The headline read “Most Trusted Brands 2020.” The article went on to rank those brands...

Visual 1st 2019 Conference Preview

San Francisco, CA—Visual 1st, a conference focused on promoting innovation and partnerships in the photo and video ecosystem, announced its initial topic, presenters, as...

Ricoh Theta V Supports Google’s Tour Creator

West Caldwell, NJ—Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation announced that its Theta V 360º camera is compatible with Google’s newly announced Tour Creator. Google’s new tool...

Lenovo Mirage 3D VR Camera Released

Morrisville, NC—To complement the VR (virtual reality) experience of the just-launched Lenovo Mirage Solo VR headset, the company also released the Lenovo Mirage camera....

YI Technology and Google Unveil YI Horizon VR180 Camera

Palo Alto, CA—YI Technology, a provider of intelligent imaging technologies, in collaboration with Google’s Virtual Reality (VR) team, introduced its YI Horizon VR180 camera....

DxO Buys Nik Collection Adobe Plug-ins from Google

San Francisco, CA—DxO, a developer of imaging-processing technologies, has acquired the Nik Collection assets from Google. The Nik Collection is composed of seven desktop...

Strategy Session: Manfrotto

Sometimes strategic partnerships make sense outwardly. But sometimes synergies need to be nurtured, and collaboration produces results that might not have been imagined. Adam...

The Social Landscape & the Photo Industry

It’s been obvious for a good while that smartphones have cut deeply into overall camera sales—compacts and bridge cameras in particular—change the landscape of...

DIR’s 2016 E-tailer of the Year: Roberts Camera

 Like many of the nation’s most enduring and successful retailers, Roberts Camera, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, began as a modest mom-and-pop store located in...