The Sony Cyber-shot G3 is the first Wi-Fi camera to include a browser, on top of a ginormous touchscreen and 4GB of memory. No word yet on whether you can use it to look at porn
We can't wait for Wi-Fi cameras. If you're anything like us, your USB ports get the most use from your camera. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G3, announced by Sony big chief Howard Stringer at CES 2009, is a big step along the road to cutting out the camera cables, as it features a baked-in Web browser.
Previous wireless snappers, such as the Nikon Coolpix S52c, were hamstrung by the fact that they struggled to connect to protected hotspots. The G3, meanwhile, has its own browser, which opens at the touch of the WLAN button and allows you to get at secure and fee-based hotspots as well as open access points. Sony's Easy Upload home page includes direct links to photo-sharing sites Photobucket, Shutterfly and Picasa, as well as YouTube and Dailymotion. It also connects without cables to Bravia TVs and Vaio laptops.