Digital cameras’ sensors leave unique fingerprints on the photos they take, and new research shows how this could be used to link snaps to the online identities of those who took them.
Samsung has taken the wraps off of its Galaxy Camera 2, which is more of a refinement than a genuine overhaul of the original.
My new camera has some great features but the best one of all is Wi-Fi. After using a new Sony camera with connectivity, I don’t think I’ll ever go back to a non-connected camera again.
A purported set of press images of Sony’s upcoming QX10 and QX100 lens cameras show how big these accessories are and how they will attach to your phone.
Samsung’s new $650 smart camera, the NX2000, boasts connectivity like the older Galaxy Camera. But this isn’t a camera grafted onto an Android point and shoot. This is more like an appealing DSLR with Wi-Fi and NFC.
After eight consecutive years of covering the International Consumer Electronics Show, it’s interesting to see how technology has evolved; this year I’m taking less gear than ever before and yet, I’ll likely be more productive. Here’s a glimpse of my CES gear bag over time.
The week ended badly for Samsung, but did it do the same for Android in general? Perhaps, since Apple’s patents protect navigation features used by all Android devices. My new Nexus 7 case and Nikon’s Coolpix S800s camera with Android uses patented features too – uh oh.
Combining two products into one doesn’t always make for one that’s better, but Nikon is onto something here by adding Android 2.3, Wi-Fi and a touchscreen to its latest digital point-and-shoot. Instead of using Nikon’s imaging software, you can download the app of your choice.
Path has updated its app for the iPhone with the debut Wednesday of version 2.0.5. The key new part of the update is the addition of a new effect called “Depth” that brings what’s known as tilt-shift capabilities to Path’s photo taking feature.
Nokia phones are known for taking excellent photos. Then again, the new iPhone 4S has an improved camera too. Which is better? It’s too early to tell, but here are a few images taken with the default settings on an iPhone 4S and Nokia Lumia 800.