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Gimmicks are the new megapixels

These days camera manufacturers have to think outside the box to differentiate their products. Way, way outside the box.

By December 1, 2009


Gimmicks are the new megapixels: The new generation of unusual digital cameras

In the last year we've seen cameras with projectors, 3D, Wi-Fi, GPS, swappable lenses, extra screens and new sensors. The megapixel race is over -- all hail the gimmick

By November 30, 2009


Samsung Blue Earth: More than just a gimmick

With its eco-friendly design and spiffy solar panels, the Samsung Blue Earth is more than just about being green; it's also an appealing cell phone with character.

By October 23, 2009


Students build solar home that's no gimmick

The collegiate team behind New England's entry in this year's Solar Decathlon aims to construct something that average home buyers could afford.

By September 21, 2009


iPhone photography: Art or gimmick?

The camera on the iPhone isn't exactly the best you can get, but does that mean photos taken with it can't be artistic? We analyse the merits of a new type of photography — iPhone-ography.

By July 12, 2009


Get a 12.2-megapixel camera and digital photo frame/printer for $104.99

Interesting bundle! In addition to a well-rounded, if entry-level, digital camera, you get an 8-inch photo frame that can crank out 4x6-inch prints.

By April 2, 2010


3D TV FAQ: 2D answers to 3D questions

Tech and movie companies want us to believe 3D is the next big thing. But how does it work? How much will it cost? And is it any good? Everything you need to know is here

By March 31, 2010


3D TV vs. 3D sound

Now that everyone is thinking about 3D TV, what about 3D sound?

By March 25, 2010


Nintendo touts social gaming for DSi XL

The soon-to-be-launched portable game device, its maker says, will help you play well with others.

By March 18, 2010


You Review: Nokia Ovi Store games that get physical

In the latest in our irregular series of user reviews, forum regular David Gilson tests out games from Nokia's Ovi Store that use your phone's physical sensors

By March 18, 2010