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Nokia finalizes Scalado grab; teases Lytro-style camera magic

Nokia finalizes Scalado grab; teases Lytro-style camera magic

Nokia has completed its acquisition of the tech and team from imaging specialists Scalado, promising the next generation of camera functionality in future Nokia smartphones. The deal, announced back in June, sees Scalado's technologies, developers and intellectual property; however, the company will continue to supply software under existing deals, such as to RIM for the composite photo system in BlackBerry 10.

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Nokia acquires technology from imaging specialist Scalado

Nokia acquires technology from imaging specialist Scalado

Nokia may be downsizing right now, but today the company is buying technology that it feels will help make the best cameras in smartphones going forward. Nokia will acquire developers, intellectual property, and technologies from digital imaging company Scalado. The deal is expected to go through during the third quarter of this year, although the terms of the sale weren’t disclosed.

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Scalado PhotoBeamer for iPhone makes sharing magic

Scalado PhotoBeamer for iPhone makes sharing magic

Today the photo-loving folks at Scalado have released an app for iPhone by the name of PhotoBeamer, making it easier than ever to "beam" photo galleries to larger displays. This application essentially is a one-tap mirroring system for your iPhone with iOS 5.x to connect to any device capable of displaying a web browser. Both devices must be connected to Scalado's photobeamer.com and you'll instantly have a "modern era slide projector" at your fingertips.

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RIM confirms Scalado tech in BlackBerry 10 camera

RIM confirms Scalado tech in BlackBerry 10 camera

RIM has confirmed that it is licensing Scalado's imaging technology for the new BlackBerry 10 camera. When RIM unveiled BlackBerry 10 this week, it showed off an impressive new camera app boasting features very similar to those introduced previously by Scalado, including the ability to remove unwanted background objects and isolate faces in a sequence of shots to select the best ones to merge together.

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Scalado Album Hands-on with Android

Scalado Album Hands-on with Android

This week we got the opportunity to take an early look at Scalado, and album app made for Android to work on what the developers behind the app thinks is an incomplete photo environment on the whole with the basic build of Android. What you get here is the ability to work with a lot of the features afforded to you on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and more with album separations between everything from dates to locations.

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Scalado Remove promises photobomb rescue

Scalado Remove promises photobomb rescue

Photo tech firm Scalado has revealed its latest smartphone camera app, Remove, capable of automatically identifying and removing objects in-frame, and perfect for deleting an unwanted uncle from your family gathering. Remove, billed as the world's first optical removal software for smartphones, builds a composite shot from multiple frames captured in swift succession, picking out possible flaws - such as passing cars or people - and letting you delete them with a tap of the screen.

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SlashGear 101: Nokia PureView

SlashGear 101: Nokia PureView

Smartphone buyers pick handsets on the basis of cameras, that's what the big manufacturers have realized, and Nokia is determined not to be left behind. As well as transitioning to lead the Windows Phone charge, the Finnish company is also positioning itself as the most imaginative firm in mobile photography, putting snapshots at the core of every recent device. One name stands out as special to any mobile photo pro, however, and that's PureView, expected to crop up again with the imminent launch of the Nokia Lumia 1020. There's a lot to be said for 41-megapixel cameras: read on, as we walk you why PureView is special, and what might come next.

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Nokia Lumia 925 hands-on

Nokia Lumia 925 hands-on

The Nokia Lumia 925 bottom line is simple: it's the best looking, best feeling Windows Phone 8 handset Nokia has given us to-date, and while it may not be PureView as the 808 outlined it, Nokia is aiming big with claims that it offers the best low-light performance of any smartphone on the market. Officially announced today, we caught up with the Lumia 925 to see whether it truly lives up to its premium billing, and whether - as Nokia insists - it can live alongside the Lumia 920 and 928, rather than just muddy the waters. Read on for our first impressions.

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Nokia Lumia 925 official: 8.7MP PureView in a metal frame

Nokia Lumia 925 official: 8.7MP PureView in a metal frame

Nokia has officially revealed the Lumia 925, the company's new flagship Windows Phone 8 handset, and the latest to bear PureView branding with the promise of "the best low light images" of any smartphone on the market. Announced at Nokia's London event today, the Lumia 925 - hitherto known as the Nokia "Catwalk" - sits alongside the Lumia 920 and Verizon Lumia 928, wrapping Microsoft's platform in a sleek anodized aluminum and polycarbonate casing.

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