Olympus Digital cameras
Olympus is the latest imaging company to slash its profit forecast, reflecting a growing trend of consumers turning to smartphones rather than cameras.
The deluge of camera releases for 2013 has begun, with Olympus announcing a new compact as well as a telephoto lens for its Micro Four Thirds range.
Camera and medical equipment manufacturer Olympus has received yet another bid for the company, putting the pressure on Sony to step up its existing offer.
Completely overshadowed by the announcement of its OM-D E-M5 interchangeable lens camera, Olympus also updated a couple of its high-end point-and-shoots.
Olympus looks set to debut a new compact, high-end camera model — and its OM-D name capitalises on the company's old camera brand.
Whether you like your megazooms slender or with a little something to grab on to, one of Olympus' new models might make you happy.
These augmented-reality glasses use Bluetooth, and are actually the latest in a long line of far-out augmented-reality attempts from the Japanese company.
This lens, with its effective focal length of 150mm on the Micro Four Thirds system and a fast aperture of f1.8, sounds like a great addition to the pool of MFT lenses.
Adobe Systems has updated Lightroom and Photoshop to support a number of new small, higher-end cameras from Sony, Panasonic, Olympus and Pentax.
HTC is pushing to end the megapixel race with "ultrapixels". We take a look at the technology beyond the marketing hype.