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Google finally says goodbye to Picasa

It comes as no surprise that Google has finally decided to close the doors on Picasa. They haven't been updating the service in a while since all their photo-related efforts are geared towards Google Photos now. But you don't have to worry about migrating as all your photos and albums from Picasa are definitely on Google Photos already. But if you're not keen on using Google's photo service, what you can do is still download your albums with its associated tags, captions, and comments. You have until May 1, 2016 to do so. But Google will stop supporting the desktop Picasa app by March 15 already. You'll no longer be able to upload new content to the service, too. With this final nail on Picasa's coffin, maybe it is really time for you to say goodbye to it, too.

Source: Android Police


Google adds Google+ auto backup for photos on Mac

Users of Picasa on Mac computers now have access to auto backup feature of photos for Google+. It works much like the Apple iCloud but is generally a free service. It automatically allows you to sync photos up to 2048px without taking up any space on your Google Drive account. If you go beyond that, that’s when it starts affecting your cloud storage space. But since were not picky, 2048px is plenty big.

If you want to use this service, you would have to download Picasa though (even if the feature really isn’t connected with the program). But that minor inconvenience gives you free online space for photo backups. That in itself should be worth the tiny download.

Source: Uber Gizmo


Review: Samsung SH100 WIFI enabled 14 Megapixel camera

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

After spending time with Samsung's SH100 WiFi-enabled 14 megapixel touchscreen based camera it has become apparent that this is where all consumer digital cameras are headed. WiFi connectivity and the ability to backup photos, send e-mail from directly from the camera as well as upload to online services like Picasa, YouTube and Facebook is a defining feature but the touch-screen based control interface is a mixed bag.

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Chrome OS to power Google's cloud in 2010


By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Google recently announced its Chrome desktop OS that is set to launch in 2010.  What makes the Google OS is unique is that it works entirely inside the Google Chrome browser with tabs as the main means of navigation between programs.


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