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The definitive photo & video backup solution (currently) uses Google Photos and Backupify

I have been hunting for the definitive photo and video backup solution for years now. I think I now have the solution. The solution is current as of April 2016, but it’s subject to change — because a lot of the services I use to deliver the solution are also subject to change. The shelf […]

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Opinion Services

Here’s my backup strategy for my 300GB Picturelife account

Picturelife has done it again: They’ve just released the latest version of their service on mobile and it’s even better than before. The price plans have had a total re-jig and now for $15/month, you’ll get unlimited storage for all your photos and video. Picturelife’s back-end data storage parter is Amazon S3. Amazon is rock […]

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Opinion Services

I’ve got 200gb of photos on Picturelife and they’re not backed up: Am I nuts?

I was evangelising Picturelife to Ben and Rafe whilst we were recording some 361 Degrees podcast episodes recently. I explained that I had just over 200gb of photos (38,000 images, 1,500 videos) and that I was absolutely delighted with the user experience. Ben asked if I had them backed up. I said no. Of course […]

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Screencast demo: Vodafone 360 photo sharing limitations

A lot of people have been asking me to demonstrate exactly what the problem is with Vodafone 360’s photo sharing facilities. Or, to be frank, LACK of photo sharing facilities. I created a screencast for you to demonstrate. You can watch it here.

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MotorolaAURA Watch: The Photos

Whilst we’re still digesting, writing, analysing the press briefing we thought we’d bring you some images of the £1400 (!!) mobile phone from Motorola, the AURA. All in an effort to wet your appetite on what’s around the corner, also it’s unfair to keep you waiting around to. Motorola AURA, in a glass case .. […]

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McDonalds sued over publishing of nude phone photos

This BBC story caught my eye. The summary? Couple went to McDonalds. Arguably this was their first mistake. Certainly from my wife’s viewpoint, anyway. The chap left his handset by mistake at a store in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Apparently McDonalds staff promised to ‘secure the phone’ until he returned to get it. And then it all […]

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INQ1Watch: The Photos

As we’re still digesting, writing, analysing the day of briefings we thought we’d bring you some images of the INQ 1 first of all. All in an effort to wet your appetite on what’s coming next, and it’s also unfair to keep you waiting around INQ 1 – app screen INQ 1 – Facebook integration […]

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StormWatch: Vodafone BlackBerry Storm photos

Home screen for the Vodafone BlackBerry Storm Vodafone BlackBerry Storm applications Vodafone BlackBerry Storm virual QWERTY keyboard BlackBerry Storm Vodafone music portal Vodafone BlackBerry Storm – front Vodafone BlackBerry Storm – rear

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Applications News

Nokia Beta Labs release Photos 1.5 Beta

The Nokia Photos team at the Nokia Beta labs have just announced the beta release of version 1.5 for the Nokia Photos application for your PC. The application can be used to organize, manage and transfer your personal media between your Nokia device and your PC. They have redesigned the overall visuals of the application […]

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Devices

Email your photos to your WiFi Photo Frame

This is almost what our staffer, James Whatley, is gagging for: PicWing.com — buy a WiFi photo frame that you can email photos to. Genius idea. Absolute genius.