Imaging As technology develops, compact cameras are under threat of being taken out of the picture, writes Terry Lane.
Kit Eaton These days smartphone apps can manipulate photos in myriad ways.
Jenneth Orantia Samsung has left nary a stone unturned in its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S4, but is it enough to stave off the fierce competition?
Rob Lever Amid much speculation on the future of the "smartwatch", the consensus is growing: the time is right.
Jenneth Orantia The Note 8.0 wouldn't be a Samsung device if it didn't try to one-up Apple at every opportunity.
Jenneth Orantia Updating your smartphone? Three new releases should be in contention.
Hiroshi Hiyama The soaring popularity of smartphones is crushing demand for point-and-shoot cameras, analysts say.
Charlie White If you point the iPhone 5's camera toward the sun or bright lights, a purple halo appears around those light sources, and in some cases, purple lens flares also appear within the frame.
Stan Schroeder Apple Support claims that the ugly purple haze that pops up in some iPhone 5 photos is "normal behaviour".
Jenneth Orantia Which features do you really need in a smartphone and which ones can you do without?
Victor Keegan If the digital revolution had produced nothing except the camera phone, it would still have had a transformative effect on most people's lives.
UNTIL recently, camera phones have been the snapshot camera's poor relation but some have reached the point where they can take serious pictures, even at night.