Mobile photography gets the red-carpet treatment at the upcoming LA Mobile Arts Festival, which features more than 500 works by iPhone photographers from around the world. Glimpse some of their stunning creations here.
That photo was taken with an iPhone? The upcoming LA Mobile Arts Festival showcases some of the most impressive examples of iPhone photography around.
If you were still wondering whether the iPhone had made a significant mark on society, news that London's Kensington and Chelsea College has a course offering students the ability to learn iPhoneography (the art of taking photographs with your iPhone) should be enough to answer the question.
A giant exhibit at San Francisco's DeYoung Museum highlights the influential artist's foray into iPhone and iPad art, as well as films he made using multiple digital cameras.
Submissions to this year's Pogo Art Contest, which tasks creatives with drawing original work on an iPad or other iOS device, prove that the stylus can be just as mighty as the pencil or paintbrush.
Mobile phone photography has come a long way since the first grainy iPhone shots started a phenomenon.
For iPhone photographers looking to protect the photos they put online, Marksta makes it easy to add a (not-goofy-looking) watermark before uploading.
Want to snap some super pics on your smart phone? We take one of this year's top Android handsets, the HTC One X, and show you how.
The National Portrait Gallery isn't just for paintings of duchesses and emperors anymore. If a couple of creative entrepreneurs have their way, it'll soon display countless Facebook mugs too.
This week, we stopped selling our magic potions on eBay and started wondering if we might see a Windows Surface RT tablet for less than $200. Also, amazing photos taken with the iPhone.