The DMC-3D1 can capture 2D or 3D content at the flick of a switch.
Price-checking, comparison-shopping and other tools in apps are helping 1 in 5 UK smartphone owners buy online, an agency reports.
Benefit reveals that some customer names and e-mail addresses may have been compromised.
The social network site was the "most searched brand" of 2010, according to metrics firm Experian Hitwise.
More than 100 tube stations are scheduled to have Wi-Fi access in time for the Olympics.
MPs should be allowed to use microblogging service Twitter during debates in the House of Commons, says a new report.
Opera has unveiled the final versions of its latest mobile browsers, Opera Mini 6 and Opera Mobile 1.
Apple has come under fire after it approved an app for the iPad and iPhone that claims to cure homosexuality.
Opera has made the beta version of its latest web browser, Opera 11.10, available to download.
Creator of the web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, called for net neutrality at a roundtable event hosted by UK's Minister for Culture and Communications and Creative Industries.
Apple's next iPhone will not feature Near Field Communications (NFC) technology that allows mobile phone users to pay for goods and services.
Microsoft's Kinect motion-sensing camera for the Xbox 360 has been named the fastest-selling consumer electronics device in history.
Web users relying on Wi-Fi networks rather than fixed broadband connections to access the web experience slower speeds, says Epitiro.
Funds are offered to local authorities to upgrade the broadband network in their local communities.
Articles by Carrie Ann SkinnerNext Page