This simplified phone is easy enough for anyone to use.
The Kodak Pixpro SP360's 360-degree video is fun to view and experiment with, while its regular full HD video means you're not stuck with a one-trick camera. The rest of the package could use some fine-tuning, though.
If you want a camera that uses AA batteries and has a long zoom lens for a low price, pick up a Kodak EasyShare Z5010 before they're gone for good.
Though it could use some polish, the SP360 lets you capture 360-degree video as well as regular full HD video and is small and light enough to mount just about anywhere.
Kodak's first phone, the IM5, is lightweight and designed for smartphone novices.
Mediocre video quality and a couple design issues keep the Kodak PlayTouch from being a top-notch minicamcorder.
It may not be here for another month, but there are a few cases and charging stands to accompany the Apple Watch. Meanwhile, Apple stops selling rival fitness bands in stores, and YouTube adds 360-degree videos.
Despite its remote-printing capabilities, the Kodak ESP 3.2's design blunders and inconsistent performance are unacceptable in the face of competing multifunctions in the sub-$100 category.
Google's massive video site is gaining support for uploads that may make you feel like the planet's biggest video site has you surrounded -- literally.