Kodak is an iconic name in imaging and as millions use their phones to capture images it's great to see this brand coming to mobile devices.
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HTC's first new connected product lets you take photos and video without having a big screen planted between you and your subject.
The Android tablet shrinks to just 6mm thick, while featuring an 8.4-inch OLED screen and Intel RealSense 3D camera.
Microsoft's newest version of OneNote for Android is optimized to work on tablets and adds support for digital inking. The 'modern' version of OneNote for Windows 8.x also is getting an update.
The LG G3 is an elegant high-end Android smartphone with a superb 5.5-inch screen, a high-quality 13-megapixel main camera, a fast quad-core SoC, intelligent UI skinning and an admirably restrained set of software extras.
Nikon D7100 24MP DSLR Camera for $800
Sony Alpha a5000 Camera Bundle for $448
Microsoft's Bing-powered digital assistant Cortana will arrive in the UK and China soon - but it might be years before it comes to Android or iOS.
Free Kodak 32GB SDHC card & Ricoh GV-1 viewfinder w/ Ricoh GR 16.2MP compact digital camera at Adorama
Free Kodak 32GB SDHC card & Ricoh GV-1 viewfinder w/ Ricoh GR 16.2MP compact digital camera
Nexus, Motorola, and Google Play Edition devices are getting Android 4.4.3 this week, but has Google fixed the camera battery drain issue affecting Nexus 5 devices?
Up to $650 off digital camera special offers
Nokia could have gone with Android a couple of years ago and had the leading Android camera phone line and maybe even leading smartphone brand today, but rolling out a Kindlefied version on low end hardware isn't a recipe for success.
Google is preparing a fix for a battery depleting bug in the camera software on Android 4.4.2 devices, and in the mean time one way to stop the issue is to uninstall Skype.
The latest update for the Android KitKat OS introduces new features for the Nexus 5 camera, addressing one of the main criticisms of the handset.
People are using their smartphones for cameras, so Samsung released a camera with Android on the back. It's a nice solution that takes solid photos, but it's rather expensive at $550.
The update to Android 4.2 includes new camera and keyboard features.
Even in the digital age there are those who prefer taking handwritten notes. This app with optional paper notepads use the phone camera to shoot those notes straight to popular cloud services like Evernote.
While digital cameras with wireless capabilities are gaining traction, consumers are unlikely to pay more for these as they prioritize other features such as camera compactness and optical zoom.
Consumers will move 36 percent of their digital content to cloud by 2016 due to growth of camera-equipped smartphones and tablets, as well as desire to share and access content across multiple devices, Gartner predicts.
Just because you don't have an iPhone doesn't mean that you can't produce superior photos - with the help of Android apps.