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Ben Smith, Mesa Public School Board candidate
Q: I love the new panoramic photos I can take with my iPhone, but when I share them on Facebook, they are too small. Help! — Sandy
Q: I love the new panoramic photos I can take with my iPhone, but when I share them on Facebook, they are too small. Help! - Sandy
Q: After hearing about the reporter who had his entire laptop wiped by hackers, I’m wondering about the best way to back up all my photos to the Internet. What Internet photo storing sites do you recommend? — Greg
Q: After hearing about the reporter who had his entire laptop wiped by hackers, I’m wondering about the best way to backup all my photos to the Internet. What Internet photo storing sites do you recommend? - Greg
Q: I’m strongly considering a jump from my iPhone to the Samsung Galaxy S III but concerned about getting all my stuff over. Is this an easy thing to do or is it going to be a nightmare? — Glen
Q: What’s the best way to get my data and programs from my old computer to my new Windows 7 computer? - Kevin
Q: On last week’s radio show, you mentioned free Web photo-storage and sharing sites. Which ones are the best? — Kurt
NEW YORK - AOL is shutting three data-storage services, including one of the Internet's earliest photo-sharing sites, as it seeks to cut costs and focus resources on its advertising opportunities.
SAN FRANCISCO - In the latest expansion beyond its main mission of organizing the world's information, Internet search leader Google Inc. hopes to orchestrate more fantasizing on the Web.
My home computer desk hosts a snarl of USB cables for the various cameras, MP3 players and other peripherals I’ve bought over the years.
It’s a fact of life. Any image you post publicly online can be stolen or misused. Billboards for Australia’s Virgin Mobile recently featured 16-year-old Alison Chang. But the Texas teenager didn’t consent to the use of her photo. The company found her photo on the popular photo-sharing site Flickr.
Are you looking for ways to use your computer more efficiently? Free programs can help by adding features that are lacking in Windows. Here are some of my favorites:
Q. I am preparing for a big family reunion and want to have a slide show with music in the background for our reunion. All of the software that I have seen is either really expensive or too difficult to work. Is there anything that is easy and cheap for making photo slide shows with music? - Michelle
Q.We enjoy sending pictures to grandparents, but we have lost our auto compression feature in Outlook. How do you turn back on the auto compress feature? — Larry
NEW YORK - Google, expanding its efforts at providing software that helps users create and post their own materials on the Internet, has acquired a California startup that develops online collaboration tools known as wikis.
Q: I have amassed quite a collection of images from my digital camera and am having a tough time keeping them organized. Any suggestions? — Peter
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