Jessops has launched a brand new service offering customers the opportunity to create their own photo book using in-store digital printing kiosks.

Sony has launched its smallest USB drive yet - the Micro Vault Tiny. Part of the Micro Vault family line-up, the Tiny comes in capacities ranging from 256MB to 2GB…

Samsung has unveiled a new range of digital cameras to underline its new vision of the future. Dubbed NV – short for New View – the fresh line up is…

The UK distributor for Lowepro bags and Manfrotto tripods, has been appointed by German filter manufacturer Schneider Kreuznach to distribute their B+W brand filters.

Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced it has acquired the technology assets of Pixmantec ApS, makers of the acclaimed RawShooter digital imaging software.

iView, the UK-based photo management software company, has been acquired by Microsoft, it has been announced on the company’s website.

Olympus has released firmware updates for two of its E-System digital SLR cameras, the E-330 and E-300.

Sigma launches 8mm fisheye lens

Sigma has brought a fresh meaning to the adage “plenty more fish in the sea” with the announcement of its new 8mm F3.5 EX DG Circular Fisheye lens.

After months of speculation, Panasonic has finally announced details of its first digital SLR camera. The DMC-L1 will go on sale from 22nd July in Japan and arrive on UK…

Casio is back with a new addition to its range of Exilim digital compacts. The EX-Z70 offers 7.2MP and has been designed as a higher spec’d bigger brother to the…

The 8MP CP-8660 will head up Acer's existing line-up of digital cameras, offering a 2.8” LCD screen, 6x optical zoom and PictBridge compatibility.

A new Kodak EasyShare camera is to replace the P850 at the top of the manufacturer’s prosumer range of cameras.

From the 10th October-17th December, the V&A will exhibit 50 works by international contemporary artists who have explored the visual and psychological effects of twilight.

HP has unveiled two new all-in-one printer, scanner and copiers, dubbed the Photosmart C3180 and C4180.

Adobe’s rival to Apple’s Aperture software has been updated to reflect early users' experiences.