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Movie producer Christine Vachon’s “Carol” becomes an instant favorite at Cannes

CANNES, FRANCE — Producer Christine Vachon has been coming to Cannes since founding Killer Films 20 years ago. (The company is best known for such art house classics as “Boys Don’t Cry,” “One Hour Photo,” the films of Todd Haynes and Todd Solondz and last year’s “Still Alice.”) But she’s come a long way from […]

Breaking News: Walmart, Nation’s Biggest Food Seller, Adopts Five Freedom Principles for Farm Animals

Walmart singles out the confinement of sows in gestation crates, hens in battery cages, and calves in veal crates as practices that must end. Photo by Jason Mann/iStockphoto This morning, Walmart, one of the world’s biggest companies...Show More Summary

The Company Behind RealPlayer Wants to Turn Your Photos into Home Movies

19 hours agoTechnology : Yahoo: Tech

RealNetworks – yes, the guys behind the Rhapsody music service and RealPlayer video software – are releasing the RealTimes app, which takes the photos and videos stored on your iPhone, Android handset, or Windows PC, and instantly creates montages on the fly, complete with Instagram-like filters, transition effects, and music.

Underwear Company Features Double Mastectomy Breast Cancer Survivors In Empowering Photo Campaign

20 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Each October, popular culture becomes awash in pink ribbons, pink balloons and pink shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The publicity of breast cancer research, treatment and survival through the pink campaign may the most well-known...Show More Summary

These Bleakly Beautiful Photos Tell The Story Of A Remote Coal Mining Town Near The North Pole

This Soviet-era relic company town still lives and breathes in the Arctic. Climate change could ultimately sink it—or make it fortunes. Located halfway between Norway and the North Pole on a barren island in the Arctic Ocean, the coal mining village of Barentsburg is one of the northernmost towns in the world. Show More Summary

Google takes on Instagram and Flickr with new photo sharing tool

Google is getting ready to unveil a new online picture sharing and storage service at the company’s upcoming Google I/O software developers conference later this month. Not linked with Google+, the tool will supposedly allow users to post pictures to … Read more ›

Google set to free Photos from Google+ once and for all

Google is gearing up to launch a photo-sharing service independent of Google+, a new report suggests. According to Bloomberg, the company is building a photo tool that will not only retain the functionality of Google+ Photos, but also...Show More Summary

Dov Charney Still Doing His Thing

His thing being stuff like "Trespassing on company property and threatening employees who do not support his return by taking their photos and promising to fire them once he returns."

Second oldest Packard, Teague literature collection to highlight CCCA Museum Experience

2 days agoVehicles / Cars :

Photo courtesy CCCA Museum. One of the earliest Packards will make a rare appearance outside of its museum dwelling, while the public will get its first glimpse of a literature collection compiled by one of the company’s more notable designers at the same event next month. Much like the first – and the world’s oldest […]

First Look: 2016 KTM Mini Models!

  A Sneak Peek At The New 2016 KTM Mini Lineup   By Chris Denison // Photos Provided By KTM   KTM is one of the few companies that give proper attention to youth riders. While most other manufacturers do offer something for kids, the majority of the bikes available to young riders have not […]

Google may be getting close to showing off new photo service

According to a new report, Google may be getting close to taking the wraps off their new photo sharing service. The unveiling could come at Google I/O, the companies upcoming developer conference which kicks off on May 28. It is no surprise that Google is working to spin photos out of Google+ and into its own app, this has been rumored since last year.

Ed Baig: RealNetworks banks its comeback on RealTimes Stories photos app

RealNetworks was a pioneer in the 1990s. Now rebranded as RealTimes, the company is banking on a new photo/video service.        

The Best Way to Make Your Food Photos Pop on Instagram

Picture this: Two Israeli companies have announced that they are developing plates that are designed to make food pictures look better when posted on Instagram. Catit Restaurant and Carmel Winery, both based in Israel, are working together on “Foodography.” The companies have commissioned artist Adi Nissani to develop the dishware, reports Laughing Squid. The dishware…

Instagram brings Layout app's custom photo collages to Android

Instagram users on Android: Making your own photo collages just got easier. The photo service is finally making Layout, its standalone app for custom collages, available to Android users. The company also updated its main Android app...Show More Summary

Ask the Headhunter: The shocking solution to your company’s talent problems

A manager’s No. 1 priority should be hiring great people. Photo by Lucy Nicholson/Reuters Nick Corcodilos started headhunting in Silicon Valley in 1979, and has answered more than 30,000 questions from the Ask The Headhunter community...Show More Summary

Check Out New ‘Jurassic World’ Vehicles, Plus a Spielberg & Trevorrow Photo Shoot with Raptors

Just this past weekend we featured a new viral video from the folks at InGen Technologies, the company handling the dinosaur breeding for Jurassic World. Along with that came a new TV spot featuring some voiceover from John Hammond, using dialogue lifted straight from Jurassic Park. Show More Summary

RealNetworks' next app makes sense of your photos and videos

The company that gave us RealPlayer is now targeting something else entirely: All of the media that we take that never sees the light of day. RealTimes, the next flagship app from RealNetworks, automatically backs up your photos and videos into the cloud and sorts them into easily shareable montages. Show More Summary

An Afternoon at Eminent Air Gym in Bangkok

Photos by Lindsey Newhall Tucked away in the Phra Khanong neighborhood of Bangkok is Eminent Air Gym, named after its sponsor, a Thai air conditioner company, run by the company's former lawyer. Recently the boxers have begun fighting under the Eminent Air name. Show More Summary

Samsung releases NX1 firmware update, with improvements for both photo and video

Samsung has announced yet another firmware update for its flagship NX1 mirrorless camera. The company has been good about providing useful updates for the NX1, and firmware version 1.30 continues this trend. It includes numerous enhancements for still photos, video, and even Wi-Fi connectivity. Read more

This one chart shows Pinterest’s massive potential as an e-commerce site

Pinterest is one of the biggest pre-IPO companies with an $11 billion valuation. Its main appeal is the way it works as a digital bulletin board, where users can “pin” and share photos of things they like, from food and recipes to clothing and shoes. Show More Summary

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