Samsung Digital cameras
Samsung's first Android-based compact camera, running Jelly Bean 4.1, will be available for sale in Australia at the end of November.
To coincide with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4, the sails of the Sydney Opera House will be bathed in projections from Australian photographers.
Kodak has reached an agreement whereby it will sell a cache of patents worth US$525 million to a consortium of tech companies, including Apple, Google, Facebook and Samsung.
The new advanced compact camera from Pentax with plenty of retro touches, finally gets an Australian release.
Microsoft has signed patent-protection deals with a number of PC and tablet makers in the past couple of years. Now it's also forging similar deals with more companies embedding the Android operati...
Australian sports photographers are embracing mobile photography by documenting the Australian Open not only with traditional SLR cameras, but also smartphones.
Does a camera with a see-through screen sound like your cup of tea? Nikon may introduce this feature in a future compact.
The results are in: some smartphones take better quality photos than their traditional camera counterparts.
Many of the new higher-end cameras that emerged at Photokina are now supported by Adobe's software for photo editing.
Back before Steve Jobs returned to Apple, the company strayed a bit from its core products. One of those misfit toys was the QuickTake digital camera.