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qx100

Editors' Take

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX100

Basically point-and-shoots without screens and almost no physical controls, these Wi-Fi-enabled lens cameras aim to enhance your mobile photography.

By Sep. 4, 2013

Video

First Look: The Sony QX100 detachable smartphone camera

The Sony QX100 Smart Lens has the same 1-inch, 20-megapixel sensor from Sony's compact digital cameras, but ditches the screen, instead connecting directly to your smart phone.

By Aug. 30, 2013

Gallery

Sony Cyber-shot QX100, QX10 are all camera, no screen (pictures)

More attention-grabbers than problem-solvers, the QX100 and QX10 are new twists on the point-and-shoot camera.

17 Images By Sep. 4, 2013

Article

The not-so-easy pieces of modular smartphones

commentary The quest for piece-by-piece perfection could deliver livelier devices and less waste, but good luck competing on sleek design with the latest from top-tier phone makers.

By Nov. 25, 2013

Article

Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch revealed

New gear showcased at the IFA tech show includes Samsung's smartwatch and the Note 3, Sony's Xperia Z1, and a new type of camera that clips onto a smartphone.

By Sep. 4, 2013

Article

Sony debuts camera-centric Xperia Z1 Android phone

At IFA, the company announces its waterproof 5-inch Android phone with a high-end image sensor, software to take advantage of it, and unusual QX10 and QX100 add-ons that turn it into a compact camera.

By Sep. 4, 2013

Review

Sony Cyber-shot QX10

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 might be a fresh take on a point-and-shoot camera, but the design ends up being a bit more trouble than it's worth.

By Oct. 2, 2013

3 stars Editor's rating Oct. 2, 2013
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The 404 1,336: Where we have wizards in our watches (podcast)

Bridget recounts her pilgrimage to ye olde NY Renaissance Faire, Samsung shoots for the stars with the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, and a Swedish kiosk that prints magazines on the spot!

By Sep. 5, 2013

Article

Why the Sony Xperia Z1 is smart to put photos first

Building in a higher-end camera doesn't just mean better pictures of your friends. It means smartphones can fulfill their potential as a live backup of your visual memory.

By Sep. 6, 2013