It's Ariel's last day of freedom before getting married next week, so we're throwing him a proper farewell with a bachelor party in the cramped podcast studio. We'll also cover tech antiques found in Walmart and homemade Nintendo 64 Lego Transformers!
Harder times ahead for Canon and Nikon in South Korea where smartphone cameras dominate, according to a report. This echoes news from Japan where Canon cut its annual profit forecast.
The Wii's news, weather, and other channels will be retired in the U.S. and other countries on June 28.
Chemists say they've manufactured a sheet that changes color when dipped in mercury-tainted water, and that taking a picture of the sheet with a mobile phone or digicam can quantify the toxin's concentration.
Software and services are increasingly enticing new applications for consumer photography and creating new modes of sharing memories, but they're also shutting out digital cameras.
Two retro-styled Fujifilm cameras have leaked, and both look awesome.
They don't do much, but at least they're small and cheap.
Camera-helmeted human is the star of an art project that addresses the question of whether technology is dehumanizing people's interactions.
Oh, snap! This week's prize updates the classic Polaroid instant camera with a 14-megapixel digicam and integrated Zink inkless printer that spits out 3x4-inch color prints.
If you've gone all-in for 3D--or plan to in the near future--Fujifilm's Real 3D W3 could be the best camera and video solution for consumers to start creating their own content.