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Instagram CEO Says Limited Resources is Why There’s No Proper iPad App

Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri recently revealed the answer to a question that many IG users have been asking for years. No, not "is the chronological feed coming back" (he already answered that one a while back). He explained why Instagram, after all these years, still doesn't have a proper iPad app.

Shutterstock’s CEO and Founder Steps Down After 16 Years at the Helm

16 years after founding the New York-based stock photo giant Shutterstock, CEO Jon Oringer has announced that he will be stepping down in April. Oringer announced the news in an open letter published this morning, just as Shutterstock unveiled a so-so financial report for Q4 of 2019.

Sony CEO Kaz Hirai to Step Down Now That the Ship Has Been Righted

Sony announced today that CEO Kazuo 'Kaz' Hirai will be stepping down from his position on April 1st, 2018. Hirai is credited with reviving Sony's prospects and financials over the past several years, taking the company from a struggling state to newfound dominance in areas such as cameras and imaging sensors.

Why I Lit Up Lytro and Scrapped the Strategy as CEO

My name is Jason Rosenthal, and I'm the CEO of Lytro. A little over a year ago, it became clear to me that we needed to drastically change the direction of our company.

Sony CEO Spotted Trying Out Nikon DSLRs

In his famous book The Art of War, Sun Tzu writes: "If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles." With his company duking out in the digital camera industry, Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai clearly heeds that piece of advice: he was just spotted testing out Nikon's latest DSLRs, the D5 and D500, which were on display at the CP+ 2016 show in Japan.

Sony Will Be the Major Player in the Photo Industry, Says Sigma’s CEO

Sigma CEO Kazuto Yamaki has done quite a good job at boosting his brand's reputation in the world of photography over the past few years, as the company's Art series of lenses has drawn rave reviews for their optical quality, solid build, and relative affordability.

In a new interview, Yamaki shared a bold prediction about the future of the camera industry: he believes that Sony will emerge as the major player.

Interview: Lytro CEO Jason Rosenthal on the Future of Light Field Technology

Lytro’s research into the world of light field technology has produced two consumer devices. Their first camera was released in 2012 and introduced photographers to the concept of being able to refocus images after they had been taken. Then in 2014, Lytro released their flagship: the ILLUM. Armed with an integrated 30-250mm f/2.0 lens, a 40 megaray sensor, and upgraded software, Lytro was ready to show the world that their technology wasn’t just a gimmick.