This weekend, we check out the latest, coolest photography prototypes in search of crowdfunding support: a modern-day camera lucida, medium-format pinhole camera, and smartphone-binoculars attachment.
Canon takes a bold step in creating a fresh camera concept that’d be appealing to the younger generations, but it misses many opportunities to create something that could rival…
Building on its Cloud Drive business, Amazon released a new app that will make it easy for iPhone users to automatically sync their photos to the cloud, putting it into competition with the likes of Apple, Dropbox, and Facebook.
A new app built by researchers at the University of California in Santa Cruz could be a breakthrough for vision-impaired photographers - It'll literally talk them through the process.
The SeeSV-S205 sound camera allows users to "see" sounds, making car troubleshooting much easier.
Quick autofocusing, five-axis image stabilization, fast shutter speed, and Wi-Fi gives Olympus' new retro-chic Micro Four Thirds PEN camera, the E-P5, more than just good looks.
The NX300 made us drool when we played with an earlier prototype, and the production model doesn’t disappoint: good picture and video quality, high-res screen, and great Wi-Fi…
Photo app, Hipstamatic announced the launch of Oggl, a standalone iOS photo sharing app that may feel a lot like Flickr or Instagram.
The obsession with taking photos of you and your friends begins early. Pioneer has developed a printing service that can produce 3D holograms of ultrasound scans - paving ways for a new wave of baby photos.
Samsung is reportedly working on a new version of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which may be made available this summer. The new model is going to have a better camera and optical zoom capabilities.
Camera makers are increasingly adding Wi-Fi and building smartphone apps to make their products more connected. We take a look at four such apps that add wireless functionalities like image transfer and remote operation.
During Adobe's MAX conference in Los Angeles, the company announced two new hardware endeavors called Project Mighty and Project Napoleon that are designed to work with Adobe's touch and tablet apps.
At its MAX conference today, Adobe announced that it will abandon Creative Suite boxed software development in favor of its Creative Cloud online apps and subscription-based model. Don't worry, all your favorite apps like Photoshop will still be there.
Google Glass has officially gone mainstream. In a recent Saturday Night Live skit, a fictional tech correspondent demonstrates what it's like to take a seemingly cool tech concept and use it in real life.