Nokia was once a dominant force in the wireless world. CNET takes a look at its successes -- and what went wrong.
Apps that bend, stretch and reverse time push smartphones ahead of video cameras for getting great results with little fuss.
Our resident pocket filmmaker, Jason van Genderen, focuses in on Instagram and how to make a good 15 second video.
If you're committed to using a smartphone for your shooting, here's a few ways to get slick, smooth movement like you'd get from a crane or jib with a bigger camera.
Microsoft is buying Nokia's phone business for $7.2 billion. For that cash, Microsoft is getting a lot of cell phone history.
You might only be using a smartphone, but you can still make sure you're taking the best video you can when you're out and about on holiday.
We look at a few ways to light videos when shooting with your camera phone, including using natural light, reflectors, or a portable and inexpensive light pack. We also examine which settings on your phone can help you get the best images possible.
In this episode of the Pocket Filmmaker, we look at what you need to record pro-quality audio with your smartphone.
Ever found yourself in the right place at the right time? Shoot the moment just right with your smartphone, and news outlets will want your footage.
We look at detachable lenses that can turn your smartphone into a pocketable cameras, including stick-on wide, macro, and fisheye lenses; and super-cheap polarizing Jelly lenses.