Feb 23, 2012 18:11 EST Scalado ABC News segment "This could be big" with Bill Weir just featured Scalado Remove. Head over there and watch it, it's really fun :)

Feb 23, 2012 10:24 EST Scalado Next week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Scalado will showcase a variety of new innovative products. Among those one of last weeks most talked about new applications in media, Scalado Remove

Feb 22, 2012 09:25 EST Scalado Next week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Scalado Remove, one of the most talked about new products in mobile business the last week, will be showcased at Texas Instruments booth in hall 8 (booth 8A84).

Feb 20, 2012 09:08 EST Scalado Engadget just posted an article titled "Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 flexes its imaging muscle" and Scalado was highlighted in it with products such as Rewind and Zero Shutter Lag.

Feb 17, 2012 06:07 EST Scalado -“Damn You Android! We Want This Amazing Scalado Photo App”, says Cult of Mac. Cult of Mac has written one of the best headlines this week and also a great article about Scalado Remove that they want for iOS, not only for Android.

Feb 16, 2012 10:41 EST Scalado Huffington Post published a very well written article about Remove today. The article is called –“Scalado's Remove Lets You Eliminate The People Who Ruined Your Photo” and talks not just about Remove, but also about possible devices to be released on and prior innovative products from Scalado.

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Feb 15, 2012 07:48 EST Scalado Yesterday Scalado revealed Remove and it got a nice share of publicity. With a lot of tech, mobile, photo, news media covering the news: Engadget, Gizmodo, Mashable, Techcrunch, Slashgear, Android central, Phandroid, dpreview and about +100 more. Thanks to everyone posting about us, everyone at Scalado are super excited about all the feedback we've got and moved by the response.

Feb 14, 2012 08:20 EST Scalado Earlier today we released a press release and a movie of our latest product Remove. Remove solves one of the oldest and most common problems with taking a picture – people or object getting in the way of your shot. Remove lets you remove any unwanted object in a picture directly by clicking on them or having it done automatically. Engadget got a chance to try out the app and they really liked it.