You probably know that shooting in RAW is, for most photography buffs, better than using JPG—but you might not know exactly why. This image should help.
If you have ever tried scanning or photocopying a banknote, you may have found that your software—such as Adobe Photoshop, or the embedded software in the photocopier—refused to let you do so. That’s because your software is secretly looking for security features such as EURion dots in the documents that you scan, and…
These pictures look the same—but they're not. Because the sign on the right, hypothetically, takes up nearly 40% less space. That's the version in WebP, Google's plan to speed up the internet by slimming down its images.
Epson's new PrintJinni app will let you beam email-attached Microsoft Office files, PDFs and JPGs to your printer, without the need for an extra computer. Epson claims that WiFi transfer process will maintain full document layout integrity, for those concerned. [iTunes]