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Google Photos Now Lets You Manually Tag Faces

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Google is rolling out a long-overdue feature to Google Photos: manual face tagging. The app now offers the ability to fill in tags for faces that it failed to identify. XDA Developers first reported on the feature after discovering and activating it hidden in version 4.32 of Google Photos. Screenshots ...

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Nikon D850M vs D850: A Comparison of Monochrome and Color DSLRs

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Nikon introduced the Nikon D850 in 2017 with a 45.7-megapixel backside-illuminated (BSI) Nikon-specified/Sony-designed/TowerJazz manufactured sensor. The Nikon D850 is regarded as one of Nikon’s best cameras and continues to range at the top of consumer DSLRs. Full disclosure: I’m the president of MaxMax.com, which makes the monochrome D850 (D850M), and ...

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Panasonic Exits Image Sensor Business with Sale to Taiwan Company

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The image sensor industry just lost another big name as Sony continues toward global domination. Panasonic is reportedly tapping out by selling its money-bleeding chipmaking business to a Taiwanese tech company. Nikkei Asian Review reports that Panasonic has agreed to sell its semiconductor business to Taiwan’s Nuvoton Technology, and Reuters ...

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