Samsung, HTC and LG have joined the Power Matters Alliance, a grandly titled group devoted to charging your phone without plugging it in.
With another Photo Marketing Association (PMA) expo over for the year, we look back at some of the highlights that came to town for the Sydney show.
The United States' largest photography show, hosted by the Photo Marketing Association, starts this Sunday, but it seems like all the major manufacturers have already announced their products.
According to Melissa Dara Moritz, public relations manager of Canon USA, the firm's decision to pull out from PMA 2010 is a result of "changes in the industry."
It's always a treat to see so many cameras in one place at one time, which is what happens annually when the Photo Marketing Association rolls into town.
Just some stuff that happened to catch my eye or tickle my fancy as I strolled the show floor.
Sony displayed a variety of concept cameras and prototype lenses at PMA 2010, including its rather bland-looking and specification-free interchangeable-lens compact model.
Another annual Photo Marketing Association show ends, leaving some new product anticipation in its wake.
A compilation of the news from PMA 2008