We finally get a chance to look at Lytro's new futuristic light-field camera, and it's pretty darn cool.
The iPhone 4S offers better camera specs than previous iPhones, but does it capture better-looking stills and videos than the best Android phones? Let’s find out.
The Samsung NX200 is a new compact interchangeable-lens model, the WB750 offers an 18X zoom lens, and the slim MV800 has a unique adjustable touchscreen.
With a large sensor, a bright zoom lens, quick access to manual controls, and solid old-school looks, the Fujifilm X10 wants to be the cream of the point-and-shoot crop.
The Panasonic HDC-Z10000 camcorder promises excellent 3D macro capabilities, 1080p video in both 2D and 3D, and wide-aperture F1.5 lenses.
The Melt is a new grilled-cheese chain with some high-tech features, including the ability to bypass the line by scanning a QR code on your phone.
The PCWorld editors discuss the short and long-term implications of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' resignation. Plus, we discuss the fire sale craze that followed when HP discounted its discontinued TouchPad to $99, and more than a dozen new cameras coming this fall from Canon, Nikon, and Sony.
The 24X optical-zoom Lumix FZ150 offers hybrid still-and-video capabilities, the Lumix FX90 allows peer-to-peer sharing with your phone, and a free firmware update to the LX5 adds some new features.
The translucent-mirror-equipped Sony Alpha A77 supports shooting speeds and focus skills that put DSLRs to shame, making it an exciting newcomer to the camera world.
With nine announcements spanning its Alpha, NEX, and Handycam lineups, Sony is betting big on interchangeable-lens cameras for the 2011 holiday season.
The Coolpix P7100 is Nikon's new top-of-the-line fixed-lens model, and two pocket megazooms and Nikon's first ruggedized Coolpix cam are among the several new cameras announced today.
The Canon PowerShot Elph 510 HS and 310 HS offer long-zoom lenses that seem impossible given the cameras' size, while the PowerShot SX150 IS uses its bigger body for manual controls.
The Microsoft Camera Codec Pack serves as a handy viewer and RAW-to-JPG converter for the RAW data from many digital SLRs.