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Being stuck without Wi-Fi or 3G access in a remote location can be pretty troublesome when trying to access map information on a smartphone. Luckily, if you're an Android user, you can download cac... 1
We take a closer look and compare the pros and cons of each type of device to help you decide which one is right for you. 11
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Our need for storage is increasing, particularly because we want all of our music, videos and photos to travel with us on our phones, but manufacturers typically cut costs by skimping on internal m... 8
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The SX510 HS is a decent superzoom camera targeted towards the budget market.
The HX50V stuffs a lot of zoom in your top pocket, sporting added bonuses like Wi-Fi and GPS. It comes recommended, though pixel peepers may ...
The S8200 will easily slide into a pocket despite its 14x zoom lens, and will deliver photos that are worthy of the family album - most times.
The SX40 is ideal for photographers who want one of the longest lenses currently available on a superzoom camera.