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3 August 2016

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at Canon in Rio, Fracture, Snapseed and Mac screen sharing to an iOS device or Windows computer.

  • Jeff Cable is covering his fifth Olympics but this time Canon let him into the back room at Canon Professional Services where they store all the gear they're lending to the pros in Rio. "The photos in this blog are going to make you salivate!" he drools.
  • Fracture, founded by Abhi Lokesh and Alex Theodore, prints your photo on the back of a piece of glass. There are several sizes that come complete with hardware (no framing needed). Here's the pitch:
  • Today's release of Snapseed for Android and iOS introduces text support and photo resizing on export.
  • How to Control Your Mac From Your iPhone or iPad details how to share your Mac's screen with your iPad or iPhone. "Don’t forget, you can also connect to your Mac's screen via VNC from your Windows computer as well," Matt Klein adds.

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