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Sony said Monday it has developed new technology for the tiny imaging chips that power cameras in portable devices, which will allow for clearer photographs...
The Eastman Kodak Company bankruptcy filing highlights a struggle to keep up with a world where smartphones are more handy than point-and-shoot cameras.
A blog post by Eye-Fi CEO Yuval Koren claims that the storage-card standards body has ignored its own processes in announcing a new Wi-Fi-enabled card spec, and that the proposed standard infringes on Eye-Fi's intellectual property.
Photographer Dennis Manarchy builds a 35-foot-long film camera to take 6-foot-tall negatives that eventually become two-story-tall prints.
Struggling Eastman Kodak said Thursday that it and its U.S. subsidiaries have filed for Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to reorganize its business.
Watch out: Cameras, hard drives, PCs, and mobile data will all cost more in 2012.
We didn't let massive monorail lines, overly slick PR pitches, gigantic crowds, and lack of sleep prevent us from pinpointing some the worst of CES 2012. In fact, it was pretty easy. Here's what we hated about this year's tech Lollapalooza.
This year's big camera announcements were all about built-in Wi-Fi, zoom lenses in pocketable frames, and powerful-but-pricey cameras.