Google Picks Up Picnick Image Editor to Make Picasa Better

One of the more straightforward acquisitions Google's made in a while, they've just bought the online image editor Picnick. Given Google's past acquisition strategy—turning Grand Central into Google Voice, Writely into Google Docs—the logical expectation is that it'll get merged into its already excellent Picasa photo… » 3/01/10 4:38pm 3/01/10 4:38pm

Sony Vaio Photo Frame Brings Internet Radio, RSS News to Your…

Sending another (admittedly pretty) digital picture frame into an already overcrowded, under-innovated field, Sony has announced is $300 Vaio CP1, which boasts wireless networking, RSS feed integration and - most interestingly - Shoutcast radio streaming. The picture display capabilities are also above average, as the… » 9/03/08 7:00pm 9/03/08 7:00pm

Panasonic Picks Picasa for Wi-Fi Lumix TZ50

As you can see in the clip above, Panasonic's Wi-Fi enabled Lumix TZ50 connects to most wireless networks—including T-Mobile Hotspots—and uploads your pictures directly to a Picasa account. It works in reverse also, photos placed online are browsable by the camera. When we tried it out, a picture took about 25 seconds… » 4/24/08 12:40pm 4/24/08 12:40pm

TiVo Does HD Photos with Picasa and Photobucket

TiVo today announced you can now access accounts with Photobucket and Google's Picasa using any broadband-connected TiVo, and as a bonus, if you have a TiVo HD or Series3, you can see the pics in HD resolution. This isn't necessarily a revolution—you've been able to pull photos locally from your computer for years… » 12/03/07 8:30am 12/03/07 8:30am

Google To Offer Additional Online Storage Up To 250 GB

Google announced on their blog that they're offering additional storage for their Gmail, Google Apps, and Picasa services. Storage sizes of 6, 25, 100, and 250 GB are available at prices ranging between 20 and 500 dollars a year. We hoped for more flexibility in how the storage could be used, but it's nice for those… » 8/10/07 7:19pm 8/10/07 7:19pm