Vintage shots surface on the Web: Tim Cook during his high school days in Alabama in the mid '70s, and the fortuitous night Steve Jobs returned to Apple and set about engineering a legendary comeback.
15 years ago, back in 1994, Apple launched one of the earliest consumer digital cameras.
The iPhone might be enough camera for many people, but a standalone iOS camera could be so much more.
Smartphones are definitely slowing compact camera sales, but it's not because they take great photos--it's all in the apps.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell offers his hands-on review of the Apple iPad tablet computer.
Apple released one of the first consumer digital cameras a decade and a half ago: the Apple QuickTake 100.
From theoretical beginnings in space travel to a toaster-sized prototype to today's multi-megapixel monsters, the digital camera has come a long way. We present photos of some of the milestones along the way.
Glaskowsky examines the pros and cons of digital SLRs.
From Apple II to the Mac and iPod, Jobs and company have kept on innovating--and gaining rabid fans along the way.
Updated extensions may solve QuickTake problems